Tardis

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Tardis

You may wish to consult The Vault for other, similarly-named pages.

The Vault was an installation located fifty floors beneath the ground, near Salt Lake City, Utah. The Vault contained a museum with Henry van Statten's private collection of alien artefacts. Part of this vault was called the Cage. It was protected by security divisions such as Red Division and Blue Division. The Vault employed over 200 people before a single Dalek slaughtered most of them in 2012.

Artefacts in the collection included a Dalek (which van Statten called a "Metaltron"), the head of a Nomad Cyberman, a milometer from the Roswell crash, the arm of a Raxacoricofallapatorian which Rose believed to be a Slitheen, a compression field, a Xenomorph egg, an Earth reptile head, an ape-man head, an alien lizard, a giant beetle and various meteorites.

After her overthrow of her boss, van Statten's former aide Diana Goddard ordered the Vault to be filled with cement, and sealed away forever. (TV: Dalek)

Before the Vault was sealed, at least one item was recovered from it. (COMIC: The Fountains of Forever)

Adam Mitchell excavated the Vault in search of time travel technology. He used Cyberman technology to lure Time Agent Neal Shaw there and freeze him in time. (COMIC: Mystery Date)

At some later time, BBC Radio sent a team to the site as part of a documentary on the history of the Dalek race. (AUDIO: The Dalek Conquests)

Lady Christina de Souza obtained the ability to travel beyond Earth after raiding the Vault. (COMIC: The Eye of Ashaya)

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