Props From The London Dungeon Are Sold Off After The Popular Tourist Attraction Moves Home

Mots clés

Staff stand next to props previously used in 'The London Dungeon'... Photo d'actualitéAccessoire de spectacle,Angleterre,Bestof,Centre d'intérêt,Hippodrome de Pimlico,Horizontal,Métier,Neuf,Objet fabriqué par l'homme,Préparation,Royaume-Uni,Structure bâtie,Thème,Topix,VoiturePhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 Getty ImagesLONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 03: Staff stand next to props previously used in 'The London Dungeon' which are to be sold at a car boot sale in Pimlico as the attraction prepares to move to new premises on the Southbank, on February 3, 2013 in London, England. The sale features a selection of torture and surgical implements, costumes, plague doctor’s potions, false eyeballs, severed limbs, and a set of stocks. The London Dungeon will reopen in March 2013 in larger premises on the Thames' Southbank, having moved from Tooley Street where it originally opened 38 years ago. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)