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Nostaligia Day, 21 September 2003. A visit to the National Tramway Museum at Crich, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 5DP
Tramcar No. 399. Leeds 1926
Police Box was donated by Metropolitan Police. It stood originally near the North Circular Road in London. The "TARDIS" is a natural draw for today's Time Lords
This rare Victorian pillar box is one of the original "Pentfold" design, installed between 1866 and 1879. It came to the museum from Newton Heath, Manchester - and it's still in use today. The Royal Mail collects from here every day except Sundays.
The Radio Shop - notice His Master's voice poster to the left.
Ovaltine and a glimpse of an uncensored golliwog advertising Golden Shred
Oxydol and Victory roll toilet paper.
Britain shall not burn
Victory Harvest - You are needed in the fields