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Central Park

View of Central Park. (TV: Daleks in Manhattan)

Central Park was a park in the middle of Manhattan Island, New York City.


Central Park was situated between Fifth Avenue, or Central Park East, to the east and Eighth Avenue, or Central Park West, to the west. The Upper East Side was to the east of Central Park. York Avenue was located near Central Park. (COMIC: Spiral Staircase)


Map of a portion of Central Park (COMIC: Spiral Staircase)

Having "been around for ages", Central Park existed as early as 1903, as the Thirteenth Doctor revealed to Yasmin Khan and Team TARDIS, who came from 2020 Sheffield. (TV: Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror)

In 1930, the Hooverville shanty town was located in the park. (TV: Daleks in Manhattan) In November of that year, it was attacked by Daleks. (TV: Evolution of the Daleks)

Lenny Kruger listed it, along with Brooklyn Bridge and yellow taxis, as things that he missed about New York. (AUDIO: 1963: Fanfare for the Common Men)

In 1971, the Second Doctor and Jamie McCrimmon visited Central Park. (COMIC: Martha the Mechanical Housemaid)

In the early 21st century, the Butler Institute collected homeless people from Central Park as a source of replacement organs for the corporation's employees. The Seventh Doctor arranged for Vincent Wheaton to be picked up at Central Park by the Institute as part of his plan to bring it down. (PROSE: Cat's Cradle: Warhead)

The Eleventh Doctor, Amy Pond and Rory Williams had a picnic in Central Park during their visit to New York. The East River Ferry operated near Central Park. (TV: The Angels Take Manhattan)

In Roma I, Marcus Americanius Scriptor's family home contained a central park, three miles long and thirteen hundred jugeri in area, that contained a zoo and several stadia. (PROSE: Warlords of Utopia)