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This page lists appearances of 76 Totter's Lane. This timeline is based upon observations of the Doctor Who universe and the events that occur during each of these stories.

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20th Century[edit source]

The junkyard was one of the forms assumed by the complex space-time event I.M. Foreman's One-Species Nongenetically Engineered Travelling Show, which travelled the universe and assumed new appearances on each planet, "shedding" these forms as it moved on. The show spent a few months on Earth in early 1963 before it moved on, the junkyard and its passing creating a "dent" in space-time that attracted the First Doctor to the junkyard. (PROSE: Interference - Book Two)
The First Doctor and Susan briefly arrive at the junkyard, before quickly leaving and arriving in 1955 London.
The Seventh Doctor tries to drop off Ace at the junkyard, but arrived in an alternate timeline created by the Valeyard's use of the Dark Matrix, the junkyard containing no trace of the First Doctor's TARDIS and the Doctor's old keys not opening it.
The Doctor uses the Blessing Star to pilot the TARDIS to the junkyard at 76 Totter's Lane, but the ship is damaged in the process. The Doctor takes up residence in the junkyard, and Susan begins attending Coal Hill School.
An alternate version of Ian Chesterton briefly visits the Doctor at the junkyard.
Sarah Jane Smith briefly explored the junkyard before 'a dark haired girl' entered.
On 'a very cold night', the Doctor and Susan get lost, eventually returning home.
The Eleventh Doctor visits during his first incarnation’s stay in the junkyard to sabotage his TARDIS’ Chameleon circuit.
In an alternate timeline created by Rassilon and the Cybermen, the Doctor is captured by the Cybermen in Totter’s Lane immediately before the events of An Unearthly Child.
Eighteen minutes before their past selves arrived, the Doctor and Ace arrived at the junkyard.
Joseph Galloway is hired to clear out the junkyard and finds the Blessing Star.

21st century[edit source]

The former site of the junkyard has been converted into a car park.

23rd century[edit source]

The Red Lion, a pub, has been built on 76 Totter's Lane.
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