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Curator, Andy Glazzard in the 1970s TARDIS

1970s TARDIS Hits Herefordshire!

The Third Doctor’s TARDIS is now on display at The Time Museum of Science Fiction in Bromyard, Herefordshire.

Curator, Andy Glazzard in the 1970s TARDIS

The famous battered blue box was used by Jon Pertwee between 1970 and 1974, and can now be found standing alongside other Doctor Who items, as well as props from shows like Red Dwarf, Captain Scarlet and Thunderbirds, at the museum run by Andy Glazzard.

Trial of a Time Lord’s L1 Tracker Robot is also a recent addition (previously showcased at the Doctor Who Experience), as is the suit worn by Matt Smith’s Eleventh Doctor for Amy and Rory’s wedding in The Big Bang, and recently sold at auction.

You can see Silurians, Daleks, Cybermen, Zygon and Ood, and with costumes from David Tennant’s era on the show – particularly from the Tenth Doctor’s swansong, The End of Time – The Time Museum of Science Fiction boasts items from many eras of Doctor Who.

Contact The Time Museum via their website, or visit it in The Square, Bromyard.

(Via The Malvern Gazette)



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When he’s not watching television, reading books ‘n’ Marvel comics, listening to The Killers, and obsessing over script ideas, Philip Bates pretends to be a freelance writer. He enjoys collecting everything.


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