Paul Foden, 44, is obsessed with the Time Lord and has previous made models of a Dalek and the robotic dog K9. But his latest project is the biggest of all after he decided to re-create the hit sci-fi show’s famous blue time machine. Handyman Paul spent almost 12 months working on the 12ft (3.6m) tall Tardis which now has pride of place in his back garden. Yesterday (Mon) he said: “I’ve been working on it for nearly a year and I’m just adding the last few details. “I watch Doctor Who and I thought the Tardis would be interesting to build so I decided to have a go.
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