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Photo Gallery - TV Prop 4

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"The Edward Thomas Box"

Promotional shot from 'Boomtown" - note the (not plot related) open phone panel.
On location for "Parting of the Ways"  
The box is left under cover when not being used for filming on location. Here it is on standby for filming at the Tyler's estate
Parts of a box, stadning by for assembly early in the 2004 production
The prop is partially assembled. Base, then posts, then signs, then walls, then doors, then roof..
On location for "Boomtown" - this shoot was featured in several Welsh papers.
Being assembledo n location for 'Boomtown"
One of the first tabloid shots ever of the new TARDIS Prop - widely chastised by fans as too 'fat' Being assembled for shooting on "Rose" "Father's Day"
The phone panel in close up - snapped by a fan at an exhibition
The junction of post and phone panel in close up - snapped by a fan at an exhibition
Being assembled for "Rose" - note the apparently lit are where a window will later be.
Not the real thing, but now used widely in marketing. I like it...
Courtesy of skonnos.net Courtesy of skonnos.net
Courtesy of skonnos.net Courtesy of skonnos.net Courtesy of skonnos.net
Courtesy of skonnos.net
Courtesy of skonnos.net
On location for "Rose"
One of the first tabloid shots ever of the new TARDIS Prop - widely chastised by fans as too 'fat' On location for "Aliens of London" On location for "Boomtown" - someone took a number of (very nice) photos and attempted to sell them
 
1 of the props on display at BBC Wales   "Boomtown"
 
Construction @ the BBC - see the BBC website. Some of the materials shown in the lefthand photo were created by "Unthinkable" in their pitch to build the new prop before the BBC took it in-house
The doors constructed for the set were later replaced with a set with narrower panels -here is the frist set during set construction (note: no door handles..)   "Wanna come wi' me?"
   
"Aliens of London" One of the sign boxes was visibly cracked during filming of this scene.    
     
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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