The time lord's Tardis has been spotted around Manchester ahead of the largest ever Doctor Who Exhibition.
The Tardis has appeared in four locations around Manchester
It opens at the Museum of Science and Industry at the end of this month.
Visitors will be able to see props, costumes and monsters from recent series, many of which have never been shown before.
It will be the first time that characters from series three of Doctor Who, featuring David Tennant, can be seen by the public.
The Doctor Who exhibition has already visited other museums around the country and was named the number one tourist attraction while in Cardiff.
Tardis stands for 'Time and Relative Dimension in Space'. It is an unreliable old time machine in the form of a 1950s police call box, which is much larger on the inside than the outside.
It has been transported to locations today in St Anne's Square, Albert Square, Exchange Square and Piccadilly Gardens.
When the exhibition opens on 31 March, it will also feature the Empress of Racnoss character who made her only appearance during the Christmas special.
The exhibition coincides with the airing of the third series starring David Tennant and Freema Agyeman as the doctor's new companion.
Many of the props and costumes that will feature in the upcoming programmes will be shown in the museum once they have been seen on TV.