1960's Police box
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This model was created using LDD (Lego Digital Designer) and consists of 5050 bricks. This SNOT (studs not on top) model measures 42 studs long, 42 studs deep and has a height of 68 bricks.
This blue Police box was used as a direct line to the local police station (except it Glasgow, where they were red [the last picture]). (When I say this one, obviously that's real versions of this, not the actual Lego, though Lego would have made them a lot more fun, I guess they weren't designed for fun though).
And though many of us might know this for being a Police Box, there are also those amongst us (yes I am one of them), that would recognise this as one of the main characters (yes, I class the TARDIS as a character itself) of a long running sci-fi series (Doctor Who).
This model has no interior, so you could fill it as you see fit, whether it be with a console room, a policeman's first aid kit, or even just as a box for your trinkets. For fans of retro and Doctor Who alike, this piece isn't too hard to assemble.