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A warehouse was a building used by businesses to store goods.

In 1927, Angelo Colasanto and Jack Harkness infiltrated a warehouse that contained a Brainspawn which was part of the Trickster's Brigade. It was intended to infect Franklin Delano Roosevelt and eventually alter history, but Jack destroyed it. (TV: Immortal Sins)

In 1966, the first War Machine was constructed in an abandoned warehouse in Covent Garden. (TV: The War Machines)

On 20 July 1966, the Second Doctor and Jamie McCrimmon followed Bob Hall to a warehouse, where they discovered a book of matches from the Tri-Colour cafe. (TV: The Evil of the Daleks)

In 1969, the Eleventh Doctor searched a warehouse near Cape Canaveral to find the girl who had been telephoning President Nixon. (TV: The Impossible Astronaut)

A Dalek time corridor led to a warehouse not far from the Thames in 1984. (TV: Resurrection of the Daleks)

In 2011, the ATF asked the CIA about information on a warehouse in Washington DC, but Brian Friedkin forwarded the request on to the ancillary three times. (TV: Dead of Night)

Later that year, Jack Harkness, Gwen Cooper and Rex Matheson infiltrated a PhiCorp warehouse. They discovered a massive stockpile of drugs, leading them to believe the company had prior knowledge of Miracle Day. Jack said it was "bigger on the inside." (TV: Dead of Night)

Ryan Sinclair was a warehouse worker before meeting the Thirteenth Doctor. (TV: The Woman Who Fell to Earth, Kerblam!)

In 2167, the First Doctor and Ian Chesterton searched an abandoned warehouse for tools to help unblock the TARDIS door. All they found was an old calendar and a dead Roboman. (TV: "World's End")

In 4126, Warehouse 15 belonged to Ood Operations on the Ood Sphere. The company used the warehouse to store and trap the Ood Brain. During the Revolution of the Ood, it was where Ryder was killed by Klineman Halpen, who pushed him over the railings and into the Ood Brain. Moments later, Halpen turned into a Ood. (TV: Planet of the Ood)

Undated events[]

Sometime in the latter half of the 20th century or the former half of the 21st century, Iris Wildthyme and Panda encountered a ghost of a ticket inspector in a warehouse full of double decker buses. (PROSE: Just the Ticket)