Police boxes, which are now famous for being Doctor Who’s time traveling spacecraft, were common in London between 1929 and 1969. They were used by police on the beat to communicate with the police station. The introduction of portable radios saw them phased out in the late sixties. This police box, next to Earls Court Station, is the last remaining one in London. It was introduced as part of a revival of the system in 1996 that never took off. London Lesser Known Landmarks | Bored Panda
The Austin-Healey was born from the Healey Hundred, first shown at the 1952 Earls Court Motor Show. British Motor Industry legend Sir Leonard Lord, soon convinced Healey that Austin should build the car and thus.
Taking its cues from London’s unique urban grain, the 77 acre Earls Court master plan will transform the West London neighborhood into four revitalised “villages," complete with a newly activated high street.