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Battersea Power Station

Battersea Power Station was located in Battersea, London.

History[]

In July 1966, Major Green chose Battersea Power Station as one of the strategically located manufacturing sites for the War Machines. (TV: The War Machines)

Circa 1999, the Battersea Power Station was purchased and demolished by Ashley Chapel, who built the Millennium Hall in its place. Following the Great Kingdom crisis, the Millennium Hall faded from existence and the Power Station again took its place. (PROSE: Millennial Rites)

By the time of the 22nd century Dalek invasion of Earth, it had been converted into a nuclear power plant. This was much to the surprise of Ian Chesterton and Barbara Wright, who came from the year 1963. It was visibly different from the power station that they knew, as two of the chimneys were damaged. (TV: The Dalek Invasion of Earth)

Alternate timeline[]

In an alternate 2006, Barbara Wright identified the four white turrets of Battersea as a landmark in London, with others of London's landmarks having been destroyed. (PROSE: The Time Travellers)

In Pete's World, Cybus Industries ran its London Cyber-conversion in the Battersea Cyber-factory. (TV: Rise of the Cybermen, The Age of Steel)

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