The National Portrait Gallery was a museum in London. In 1968, the Second Doctor parked his TARDIS opposite a statue of Henry Irving next to it. (PROSE: The Nameless City)


Portrait of Mary II (TV: The Coach with the Dragon Tattoo)

Some day the Tenth Doctor visited the National Portrait Gallery and saw a painting of T.S. Eliot there. It was signed by M. Silligton in 1940. The Doctor supposed that it was the same M. Sillington that he met at Gallows Gate Road. (PROSE: Number 1, Gallows Gate Road)

A National Portrait Gallery poster portraying Queen Mary II as Scottish ruler, Catholic martyr and talented golfer sat in Miss Shah's Coal Hill history classroom in 2016. (TV: The Coach with the Dragon Tattoo)

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