Spotted at Minotaur

I’ve shopped at Minotaur Books for decades. I first found it in the early 80s when it was at the top end of Swanston Street. Then it moved to a multi-level shop in Bourke Street. Then to its current home in Elizabeth Street.

It’s always had way more cool stuff than I could afford to buy, though for some time in the mid-80s I was buying Doctor Who Monthly regularly.

Nowadays my kids love going there. Spotted last week…

Doctor Who “Lego” (compatible bricks):
Doctor Who Lego compatible kits

…and, who would like a Doctor Who Myki holder?
Doctor Who travel pass holders

(Sanctuary Base 6, for those who don’t remember it, was the base from the David Tennant story The Impossible Planet/The Satan Pit.)

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2 thoughts on “Spotted at Minotaur

  1. Minotaur is a sad stereotype.

    A dank hole in the ground, where the management refuses to accept the most basic of retail philosophy: BACKGROUND MUSIC. Nothing like wandering aisles in dead silence, listening to the slightest clearing of throats and sniffling of patrons.

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