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The Nowhere Place was the eighty-fourth story in Big Finish's monthly range. It was written by Nicholas Briggs and featured Colin Baker as the Sixth Doctor and Maggie Stables as Evelyn Smythe.

It was released with two covers; when ordered from Big Finish, a cover was randomly chosen for the customer. Nicholas Briggs is the writer and director, performs the music, post-produces and also acts in the story.

Publisher's summary[]

2197. The fighter-carrier Valiant has just crossed Pluto's orbital path. Its captain is expecting trouble from alien raiders. She is not expecting the Doctor and Evelyn.

She does not believe members of her crew when they say they can hear an ancient bell ringing. A bell that strikes terror into their hearts.

1952. The Turret Class locomotive Ivy Lee is hurtling through the night. On board, there should only be two passengers: both of them carrying documents from the War Office.

But now, there are also two unexpected visitors on the train. One is the guard with ill-fitting trousers, the other is an excessively dotty old lady.

The Doctor and Evelyn have arrived and "Time's End" is approaching.

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  • The Valiant has a squadron of Damocles fighters on board.

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Notes[]

Illustrated preview from DWM 371 by Martin Geraghty.

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