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'''''{{StoryTitle}}''''' was a [[Short Trips (series)|Short Trips]] audio short story read by [[Stephen Critchlow]]. It was released as a subscriber-exclusive download, available with subscriptions that included ''[[The Peterloo Massacre (audio story)|The Peterloo Massacre]]''.
 
'''''{{StoryTitle}}''''' was a [[Short Trips (series)|Short Trips]] audio short story read by [[Stephen Critchlow]]. It was released as a subscriber-exclusive download, available with subscriptions that included ''[[The Peterloo Massacre (audio story)|The Peterloo Massacre]]''.
   

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The Horror at Bletchington Station was a Short Trips audio short story read by Stephen Critchlow. It was released as a subscriber-exclusive download, available with subscriptions that included The Peterloo Massacre.

Summary

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Characters

References

  • The Doctor tells the landlord Dodo is his granddaughter.
  • The TARDIS arrives on Earth almost 100 years before Dodo's time.
  • "Plate layers" are the men laying down tracks for the new railroad.
  • The Doctor thinks of Susan, Barbara, Ian, Vicki, Steven, Sara, and Katarina.
  • Temporal energies upset Dodo's senses.
  • The craft beneath the station is an early unmanned Time Lord time capsule cast out to survey the time vortex. It hyper-evolved the nearest lifeform, a European mole, to act as a defence mechanism.
  • The Doctor programs the craft to return to its owners, and rushes Dodo back to the TARDIS before the craft dematerialises, commenting that it was "too close."

Notes

  • The Doctor remembers all of his past televised companions. An oddity for Big Finish, he skips over audio-exclusive Oliver Harper.

Continuity

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