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What lies at the heart of a Dalek? via Instagram

October 29th, 2018

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What lies at the heart of a Dalek? via Instagram

What lies at the heart of a Dalek?

Steve Roberts, Dalek Builder Extraordinaire at San Diego Who Con 2018 @sdwhocon 

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