Doctor Who Tumblr goes to Edinburgh!
We almost got blown away, it was so windy!

Doctor Who Tumblr goes to Edinburgh!

We almost got blown away, it was so windy!

Doctor Who fans: here’s your chance to own a TARDIS

This could be the chance of a lifetime for Doctor Who fans – 22 Tardises are about to go on sale in Edinburgh.
The blue police boxes have been a feature of the city for 80 years but have now been designated “surplus to operational requirements” by Lothian and Borders Police Board and put up for sale.
But before devoted Whovians start getting their wallets out, there are a few things they should probably know about the “Tardises”.
The Edinburgh police boxes have sloped roofs, rather than the flat-topped design that inspired the Doctor’s time machine - and buyers would be required to paint them a different colour to the classic Tardis blue.
No guide price has been given but offers must be submitted in sealed official envelopes and successful buyers are subject to a sales fee of £100 in addition to their final bids.
The new owners would then have to obtain council permits to keep the boxes in their current positions or arrange to have the two-ton cast-iron structures removed - which in many cases would require further council approval, since 12 of the boxes are listed as historically significant.

Read the rest at Radio Times

Doctor Who fans: here’s your chance to own a TARDIS

This could be the chance of a lifetime for Doctor Who fans – 22 Tardises are about to go on sale in Edinburgh.

The blue police boxes have been a feature of the city for 80 years but have now been designated “surplus to operational requirements” by Lothian and Borders Police Board and put up for sale.

But before devoted Whovians start getting their wallets out, there are a few things they should probably know about the “Tardises”.

The Edinburgh police boxes have sloped roofs, rather than the flat-topped design that inspired the Doctor’s time machine - and buyers would be required to paint them a different colour to the classic Tardis blue.

No guide price has been given but offers must be submitted in sealed official envelopes and successful buyers are subject to a sales fee of £100 in addition to their final bids.

The new owners would then have to obtain council permits to keep the boxes in their current positions or arrange to have the two-ton cast-iron structures removed - which in many cases would require further council approval, since 12 of the boxes are listed as historically significant.

Read the rest at Radio Times




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