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Tuesday, 15 October, 2002, 15:30 GMT 16:30 UK
In pictures: Bond, James Bond
An ice palace, a camouflaged hovercraft and an Aston Martin Vanquish are set to become synonymous with James Bond when they feature in the spy's latest and as yet unreleased adventure, Die Another Day.

See them - and classic props from 007 classics - now at a major exhibition at London's Science Museum.

Plane from Octopussy
Bond's fold-up plane from Octopussy - starring Roger Moore - is one of the stars of the exhibition

Christopher Lee (Scaramanga)
Christopher Lee who played Scaramanga in Man With the Golden Gun (1974) was at a special preview

Interactive exhibits
Visitors have to swipe their agent cards to take part in an interactive mission to find out more about 007

Villain's lair
Inside a mock-up of the booby-trapped lair of a villain which 007 has to prevent from exploding

Oddjob's bowler hat
Oddjob's lethal bowler hat from Goldfinger is on display with Rosa Klebb's flick-knife shoes and Jaws' teeth

Ice Palace from Die Another Day
A sneaky look at the new film - Die Another Day. This is villain Gustav Graves's ice palace, the scene of a dramatic car chase

Bond's Aston Martin Vanquish
Bond's Aston Martin Vanquish from Die Another Day

Spy gear
Get kitted out spy-style in the gift shop with binoculars, Sean Connery dolls and fast cars

Walther PPK
The see-through Walther PPK is one of the many instantly recognisable gadgets and props on display

Pictures by Phil Coomes.

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