30 September 2018 (10.00-15.00)
An Edinburgh police box with original interior fittings, commissioned in May 1933, as one of about a hundred produced to the 1929 design of City Architect Ebenezer James MacRae. The police boxes were designed to fulfil a modern, practical and technical function, whilst being styled to fit in with the city's existing architecture.
Information leaflets/notes, stewards/volunteers at key points
The police box will be dressed with 1930s/1940s props to illustrate how it was used.?
Photographs are available at http://www.fortieshouse.co.uk/police-box-doors-open