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A police box — or police public call box — was a telephone kiosk that could be used by the...
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|current||05:19, April 18, 2017||540 × 460 (87 KB)||OttselSpy25|
|02:54, January 24, 2017||674 × 574 (117 KB)||OttselSpy25||There. I think that's just about as good as you're gonna get it.|
|02:12, January 24, 2017||674 × 773 (138 KB)||OttselSpy25||I'm all for updating *some* images to look more close to widescreen, but doing in to this image takes the focus away from the Police Boxes and TOWARDS the speech bubbles. It's madness!|
|18:21, January 20, 2017||350 × 280 (39 KB)||OncomingStorm12th||widescreen|
|19:37, April 9, 2012||674 × 773 (138 KB)||OttselSpy25||From ''The Love Invasion''.|