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Bloomsbury was a part of London inhabited by Beatrice Mapp in at least the 1860s. It was also the place where a version of Adric winked out of existence. (AUDIO: The Boy That Time Forgot)

In 1852, the Fourth Doctor discovered that the whole of Bloomsbury had suddenly never existed, alongside other sites, as well as people. (AUDIO: The Enchantress of Numbers)

Jared Khan's bookshop was located at 31½ Museum Street in Bloomsbury. (PROSE: Birthright)

The British Museum was located in Bloomsbury. (PROSE: Timewyrm: Exodus)

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