Tardis Police Box
Tardis Police Box
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therichastill
Stevenage, UK2,768 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2021
I discovered this by accident but was glad I did.

Travel to Earls Court Tube station by either the Picadilly or District Line and leave by the exit that will bring you out on Earls Court Road. Don't head for the exit that used to go to the Exhibition Centre.

As you come out of the Tube station the Tardis is right in front of you. If your lucky you may be able to make it to Gallifrey ;)
Written March 20, 2021
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34Doris
Oxford, UK147 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2022
Surely the most extraordinary toilet I've laid cable in! Easy to locate and great for a long, leisurely dump after a few pints and a curry. I relaxed and let it all flow. Only problem was - you guessed it - no four-ply, not even any Izzal! I had to use a napkin from The Golden Tandoori, which had chilli stains on it. Ouch!
Written September 22, 2022
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Supersupergirl
England, UK8,828 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2020
I am not a Dr Who fan but had to see this Met blue police call box outside Earl’s Court station.
Sadly you can't go in so you can only take pictures from the outside.
It would be great if this box was on the corner as there are too many distractions around it for a good photograph.
Written July 19, 2021
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The_Dalek_Fan
6 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
When I entered it, it was suprisingly bigger on the inside and had this some of time machine control station in the middle. A mad man came running up to me wearing a bow tie and a tweed jacket. He was young, but he seemed old. Lots and lots of rooms and got lost. Also, it kept turning up in different places.
Written September 3, 2013
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Andreas_Wien21
Vienna, Austria445 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2016 • Family
Two of my family members are real fans of the BBC’s Dr Who television programme and so the last existing police box in London was a must-see at our latest trip to London. I am not so interested in Doctor Who, but I have some interests in TARDISes, as Professor Chronotis from Cambridge University is also owner of such a device. Prof Chronotis, known from Douglas Adams’ Dirk Gently novels was originally a character in a Dr Who episode, for which Douglas Adams has authored the screenplay.
So we took the underground to Earl’s Court and first missed the police box as it is nearly hidden behind a newsstand, just in front of the station building. We wondered if this was simply a police box or a TARDIS and could not find out, as it was locked. But you may have a look on Google Street View and go inside, and you will see. (And who wouldn’t trust Google?).
If you like Doctor Who, TARDISes or other strange things, take the underground to Earl’s Court, take some photos and have fun. Don’t take the Central Line and of course don’t forget to mind the gap. Readers, for whom the previous does not make any sense, might have a look on the current version of Harry Beck’s famous Underground map (and mind the gap too).
Written March 28, 2016
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Galactic-Biscuit
Bristol, UK13 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2015 • Solo
I found this box when walking to work, at first I walked past but was invited in seconds later by a strange man wearing what seemed like a fez and a bow tie. Upon entering the box I realised that it was in fact bigger on the inside, the man showed me around the controls, dancing around them like a mad man.

I was immediatly fascinated and decided to explore, after a good two hours I had discovered a library, swimming pool and walk in wardrobe. I made my way back to the control room where the stranger finally introduced himself, his name was the doctor. The doctor then asked me if I could go anywhere in time and space, where would I go? I was taken aback by the question and laughed but answered anyway.

I now have three heads, 2 great-great-great nephews and lifetime ticket for Area 51.
Written May 30, 2015
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Rien B
Amersfoort, The Netherlands6 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2013 • Family
The only place in London to find a real TARDIS. Be prepared to stay in line to take a picture of you in front of the tardis. It's directly on the right hand side when you leave Earl's Court tube station in Earl's Court road, hidden behind the newspaper stall.
Written January 2, 2014
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joescales
san francisco, ca5 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2017
Come on, you're in London, you're a Who fan, this is a must. It's right outside the Earls Court tube station. Go with a friend snap pictures from all angles so you have something fun to share with friends back at home. There are a couple of nice pubs across the street to have a cold one after your outing. Back in the tube and Bob's your uncle.
Written March 26, 2018
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ErichZ14
Knoxville, TN387 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2017
If your a fan, you just cant miss seeing this and grabbing a few selfies. Oh yes, its FREE, how great is that...
Written May 4, 2018
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Mark C
New Jersey220 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2017 • Family
Be aware of the perception filter - it's easy to walk right past this unassuming little structure. Grab a tube to Earl's Court, walk out the front door and there it is. Take some quick pics and decide whether you want to enjoy the neighborhood -- or climb right back on the train.

Can't miss for a Dr Who fan (though it's a shame the BritMovieTour Dr. Who Tour does not take you here ... I guess it's a little out of the way).
Written November 20, 2017
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