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St Albans

St Albans was a city located in Hertfordshire, England. (PROSE: The Little Things)

History[]

On 16 December 1996, the Fourth Doctor visited St Albans to deliver a letter which had been mistakenly delivered to the TARDIS, only to find that he had gotten the date wrong by a year.

On 17 December 1997, the First Doctor briefly visited St Albans to make sure that 1960s England would be a safe place to stay. While there, a letter was mistakenly delivered to the TARDIS, which was disguised as a pillar box. At the same time, the Fourth Doctor arrived in St Albans with a copy of the letter and posted it to a real pillar box. (PROSE: The Little Things)

The legendary Saint George who slew a green dragon and became a national symbol of England was from St Albans. (AUDIO: Castle of Fear)

In 2009, calls to the emergency services from St Albans suggested that children were frozen. (TV: Children of Earth: Day Three)

During the 22nd century Dalek invasion, Barbara Wright and Jenny found themselves on the road to St Albans after passing the Dalek outer London cordon. They were, however, captured before arriving in the city. (TV: The Dalek Invasion of Earth)

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