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Los Angeles, California is a city located in California of the United States.




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Dr Who

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Los Angeles is a major city in California. Perpugilliam "Peri" Brown, companion of the Fifth and Sixth Doctors, lived in nearby Pasadena.

Presumably it survived the fall of the United States and the destruction of New York City in the 21st century. In the far future, the Earth boasted a feature called the Los Angeles Crevasse; it was probably near the present-day Los Angeles.

Stories set in Los Angeles

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Los Angeles is a city on Earth, located in the U.S. state of California on the coast of the Pacific Ocean.

A genius died there in 1991, but was taken away to a better place moments afterward (ST short story: "The Man Who Sold the Sky")

It was visited in 1996 by the time-traveling crew of the USS Voyager and DTI agents Dulmer and Lucsly (VOY episodes: "Future's End, Part I", "Future's End, Part II"; VOY short story: "Almost... But Not Quite")

A large part of the city was submerged under 74 meters of water by the Hermosa earthquake of 2047, and the city earned the name of Los Angeles Island. (TOS novelization: Star Trek: The Motion Picture) By the 24th century, the area would be known as the planet's largest coral reef and home to thousands of aquatic species. (VOY episode: "Future's End, Part I")

Following the death of his parents, Lee Kelso spent his youth in an institution located in the city. (TOS novel: Constitution)

In 2273, Admiral James T. Kirk had taken a tube from Gibraltar to Los Angeles, and an air tram from Los Angeles to San Francisco as he headed for Starfleet Headquarters. (TOS novelization: Star Trek: The Motion Picture)

The Federation starship USS Los Angeles was named for this city.

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  • Los Angeles was the primary setting for the V comic book series (based on the 1983 and 1984 television mini-series events).

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The Electric Mayhem bus crosses Hollywood and Vine, a popular spot for tourists.

California is the 31st state of the United States of America.

  • MuppetFest, the Muppet fan convention, was held in Santa Monica in 2001.
  • In a 2008 interview with Chuck the Movie Guy to promote The Muppet Show: Season Three, Fozzie Bear says that he's still doing stand-up, and he has to leave to go to a gig in Death Valley. "Oh, wonderful," Kermit says. "Nice audience."
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From The Vault


map marker: Boneyard
sections: Adytum
Boneyard Downtown
leaders: Jon Zimmerman (Adytum)
Nicole (Followers of the Apocalypse)
Razor (Blades)
Gabriel (Gun Runners)
merchants: Tine (Adytum)
Zack (Gun Runners)
factions: Blades
Gun Runners
Followers of the Apocalypse
quests: Find Children spy in the Followers
Fix the hydroponic farms in Adytum
Exterminate the Deathclaws
Kill Razor
Get weapons for the Blades
Free Adytum from the Regulators

The Boneyard, or Angel's Boneyard, is what remains of Los Angeles, named so both for its decimated skyscrapers, reduced to their metal "skeleton", and for skeletons of the dead that littered the city after the Great War. The East-Coast field offices of Vault-Tec were located somewhere in the Los Angeles area, and a Vault-Tec demonstration Vault, which was not part of the Vault Experiment, was built there.

LA was effectively decimated during the Great War. The majority of people in LA are people who came to the city after the destruction. Most to scavenge what they could, be it equipment, food or people. Los Angeles houses gunrunners, gangs, and various people with delusions of grandeur. The largest concentration of people live in a "suburb" called Adytum.



Most people in L.A. died after the bombs dropped, due to radiation poisoning, disease, famine, and each other. Some, however, took shelter in the demonstration Vault, and eventually most of them emerged in 2092, founding the Boneyard. Many of them were the founders of Adytum, a fenced town in the suburbs of the old Los Angeles. Some, however, founded other communities, like the Blades, the Rippers, the Followers of the Apocalypse and the Gun Runners.

In 2155, the Master learned the location of the L.A. Vault, conquered the inhabitants and set up operations there, and the human cultists began to use the Vault as their powerbase. Eventually, a monumental building known as the Cathedral was constructed above the Vault. The Cultists thus became known as the Children of the Cathedral. Of those that remained in the Vault, most became the Master's servants and members of the Children of the Cathedral. Those that left could be part of almost any organization in L.A.

In the 2150s, a pack of deathclaws appeared in the Boneyard, taking over the base of the Rippers. In 2159 Jon Zimmerman, the town's mayor, hired a band of mercenaries known as the Regulators to help protect Adytum from the deathclaw and the odd random attack by raiders, who by 2161 were in control of Adytum.

The Cathedral was destroyed in 2162 either by the Vault Dweller or by the Master himself, when he learned that his super mutants were sterile.

By 2241, Los Angeles became one of the states of the New California Republic and Adytum became known as New Adytum.


It is not known what is the canon outcome of Vault Dweller's adventures in the Boneyard. The only available piece of information comes from the Vault Dweller's memoirs: I found many enemies, and a few friends, in the Boneyard. I killed when necessary and learned more about the nature of my true foes. It is not known for certain, however, whether he did uncover the assassination of Zimmerman's son by the Regulators and their attempt at putting their blame on the Blades, and whether he freed Adytum from Regulator rule. We don't even know if he killed the deathclaws, so it is entirely possible that Adytum joined the NCR under the control of Regulators, after the Vault Dweller was fooled into killing the Blades.

Appearances in games

Los Angeles appears in the first Fallout.


  • The city of Los Angeles must have been the largest in the world before the War. The L.A. Boneyard stretched forever, the skeletons of buildings lying under the hot sun. Not even the wind entered this dead city. - Vault Dweller's memoirs
Los Angeles Boneyard
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Ice Hockey

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Los Angeles is located in southwestern California on the Pacific coast.

It is the second largest city in the United States. The city population is about 3.8 million and the metropolitan population is about 17.8 million.



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From Lostpedia

"World locations" redirects here. For a list of recurrent and important on and off-Island locations, see: Portal:Locations.

For references by major country instead of city, see:

For a list of countries that air Lost, see fan locations.

See all these locations on a map here. Click markers for details for how each place pertains to Lost, and use the legend to zoom in and out or move around on the map.

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The city of Amsterdam in the Netherlands
Centennial Park in Atlanta


Albuquerque, NM, USA

Ambrose, QLD, Australia

Ames, IA, USA

Amsterdam, Netherlands

  • One of the locations Walt lived in, after Susan moved there for a job. ("Special")

Ann Arbor, MI, USA

Atlanta, GA, USA


Main article: Australia in Lost


Ayer's Rock, NT, Australia

See Uluru, Australia


Pura Tanah Lot temple in southern Bali

Bad Salzdetfurth, Germany

Bali, Indonesia

Main article: Indonesia in Lost

Barbers Point, HI, USA

Basra, Iraq

Berlin, Germany

  • Shown on a real life Oceanic-Billboard
  • Sayid is on an assignment from Ben to kill Elsa's unnamed boss here, resulting in Sayid shooting and killing Elsa. ("The Economist")

Baton Rouge, LA, USA


Modern day Cairo
Tivoli gardens in Copenhagen

Cairo, Egypt

Cambridge, MA, USA

  • Jae Lee went to college at Harvard, and met an unnamed American girl there who he was smitten with. ("What Kate Did")

Camden, England

See also London, U.K.


  • The only exception to this trend is in "Numbers" when Hurley's accountant informs him that his sneaker factory in Canada has burned down. There's no evidence to suggest that the accountant is lying.
  • Also, in "S.O.S." Bernard proposes to Rose in a restaurant overlooking Niagara Falls. The greater Horseshoe Falls can be seen out the window, which are part of Canada.

Canterbury, England

  • Location of the University of Kent where Charlotte attended university.

Cape Town, South Africa

Carlisle, England

Cedar Rapids, IA, USA

Chrismas Island

Conakry, Guinea

Copenhagen, Denmark

Danish: København, Danmark

  • According to the Hanso Phone Line, the address of The Hanso Foundation World Headquarters is 544 Orsund Klengvjel DK 1604 Copenhagen V. In Copenhagen Zip-codes belong to streets rather than areas and the Zip code DK-1604 KBH V belongs to a street named Kampmannsgade. So the Zip code exists, but there is no street called Orsund Klengvjel, the closest is Øresundsvej or Øresund Parkvej. So this is a fake address made up for The Lost Experience. (The Lost Experience)
  • According to Rachel Blake, Alvar Hanso traveled to this city on September 11, 2000 and Jan 1, 2001. (The Lost Experience)
  • Rachel traveled here herself between June 20 and June 27, 2006 to look for clues; she followed Mittelwerk and was in turn stalked by Malik here. It is the location of Allied Copenhagen Marine Merchants. (The Lost Experience)

Costa Rica


Diamond Bar, CA, USA

Dresden, Germany

  • Charlie and Liam were trying to get a fix in Dresden the night Liam's daughter was born. ("Fire + Water")


Eddington, Scotland, UK

Location of Moriah Vineyards and the monastery Desmond spent time at. ("Catch-22")

Eleuthera, Bahamas


Essex, MA, USA


Eureka, CA, USA


The warm climates of Fiji


Florence, Italy

Fort Lewis, WA, USA

Fresno, CA, USA

  • Sawyer reads a private message left in a bottle by crash survivor Tracy who misses her husband and children all the while sleeping next to Scott Jackson at night. Walt tells Sawyer that its Steve Jenkins and that Scott is dead. ("Exodus, Part 2")


The Flower Clock in Geneva


Geneva, Switzerland

Grand Canyon, AZ, USA



The Helsinki Cathedral

Harrison Valley, PA, USA

Helsinki, Finland

Honolulu, HI, USA



Main article: Indonesia in Lost

Inglewood, CA, USA

See also Los Angeles, CA, USA


Main article: Iraq in Lost

Irvine, CA, USA


Main article: the island


Jakarta, Indonesia

Main article: Indonesia in Lost

Joshua Tree National Park, CA, USA

Jasper, AL, USA

  • Sawyer, his mother, and father lived here, it is where Cooper conned the Fords out of $38,000 ("The Brig")


Harrods department store, a main attraction in Knightsbridge, London

Kalgoorlie, WA, Australia

Kiev, Ukraine

Knightsbridge, England

See also London, U.K.


Main article: South Korea in Lost

Knoxville, TN, USA


Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament in London
The skyline of Los Angeles

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Lizard Island, QLD, Australia

London, England

See also Knightsbridge and Camden, U.K.

Los Angeles, CA, USA

See also Inglewood, CA, USA, Malibu, CA, USA, and Diamond Bar, CA, USA


The famous Prado Museum of Madrid
The Melbourne skyline
Oceanic billboard in Miami, FL

Madrid, Spain

Malibu, CA, USA

See also Los Angeles, CA, USA

Manchester, England

Medenine, Tunisia

Melbourne, VIC, Australia


(also see Taxco)

Miami, FL, USA

Mogadishu, Somalia

Moscow, Russia



The Namhae Bridge in South Korea
Narvik town-hall in Norway as seen in The Swan Orientation film
Rockefeller Center in New York City

Namhae, South Korea

Narvik, Norway


Main article: Nigeria in Lost

New York, NY, USA

Newport Beach, CA, USA

Niagara Falls, NY, USA



Oxford, England


Pacific Ocean

  • Area where Naomi was searching for Desmond, and where Flight 815 was believed to have crashed and sank by the outside world. ("The Brig")
The Eiffel Tower in Paris, France

Papua New Guinea

  • The Black Rock, captained by Magnus Hanso, disappeared in 1881 on a return voyage from a gold mining operation in Papua New Guinea. According to local traders on the ship sailed away from port in an Easterly direction, rather than West to Africa, where it would exchange gold Papua New Guinea for more slaves. (The Lost Experience)

Paris, France


Phuket, Thailand

Portland, OR, USA

32 miles outside of Portland

Portsmouth, England


The Colosseum in Rome

Ramadi, Iraq

Rome, Italy

Ruidoso, NM, USA


Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA

  • Nikki's television character "Corvette," is described by the MC during her stage show as the "pride of St. Paul." ("Exposé")
San Remo, on the Italian Riviera
Ben Nevis, the tallest mountain in Scotland and the rest of the UK
The Nallur Kandaswamy Temple in Sri Lanka
The Sydney skyline

Saint-Tropez, France

Sahara Desert

San Francisco, CA, USA

San Remo, Italy

Santa Cruz, CA, USA

Santa Rosa, CA, USA

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Sardinia, Italy

Sawgrass, FL, USA

  • Sawyer tells Agent Freedman that Munson moved his stolen money to a Bronco parked on Route 441 in this city (could also refer to a highway in Broward county, FL--The Sawgrass Expressway--which does cross Route 441 in Coral Springs, FL). ("Every Man for Himself")


Seoul, South Korea

The Seychelles

Sioux City, IA, USA

Sri Lanka

Stowe, VT, USA

Sydney, NSW, Australia

  • The airport in this Australian city is where Flight 815 originated. ("Pilot, Part 1") (Note that this city is featured in several episodes throughout the series)
  • One of the locations Walt lived in, after Susan moved there for a job. ("Special")


The island of Tahiti
Tallahasee aerial view of downtown
The Tampa skyline
A school in Troisvierges, a town in Northern Luxembourg

Tahiti, French Polynesia

Tallahassee, FL, USA

  • Kate was buying a ticket to Tallahassee when apprehended by U.S. Marshal Edward Mars, who describes the city as nothing but "strip malls and Waffle Houses." ("What Kate Did")
  • Sawyer implied to Jack that he contracted a communicable disease in Tallahassee ("Let's say something was burnin' and it wasn't from the sunshine."). ("Lockdown")
  • Juliet's biography according to Mittelos Bioscience states that she received her B.S. in Biology from the Florida State University, which is located in Tallahassee. ("Not in Portland")
  • Ben refers to Locke's father as "the man from Tallahassee". ("The Man from Tallahassee")
  • Anthony Cooper was driving down I-10 when his car was pushed into a divider. Being put in an ambulance is the last thing he remembers before waking up on the Island. ("The Brig")
  • Florida State University, located in Tallahassee is home to the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory. The laboratory is home to the world's largest and most powerful magnet.
  • Mentioned briefly in DJ Dan 7/5 podcast as part of the "Where's Alvar" gag. ("The Lost Experience")

Tampa, FL, USA

Taxco, Guerrero, Mexico

Terre Haute, IN, USA

Tikrit, Iraq

Tozeur, Tunisia

Troisvierges, Luxembourg

Tustin, CA, USA

purchased. ("Walkabout")

  • Locke's home. Location of Tustin Ranch Florist where Locke's father is helping his fiancé plan their wedding. ("The Man from Tallahassee")



Uluru, NT, Australia

United States

Main article: United States in Lost


The Vladivostok harbor

Vik, Iceland

Vladivostok, Primorsky Krai, Russia


Wayzata, MN, USA


Zanzibar, Tanzania


  • One of the ongoing gags on the show and TLE is to make fun of Tallahassee. In the 10/09/06 podcast, a fan asked this as a question to Damon and Carlton: "Why does the city of Tallahassee hate you?". Carlton answers: "I don't know why they hate us. But they hate us, so, we deservedly are hating them back."

See also

External links

  • Jonah Adkins' A Geographical Study of Lost (Warning: Large 4.4mb file (7200x7200px))
  • SWLS Locations Map
  • Lost Virtual Tour

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City of Los Angeles

[[File:|200px|center|Los Angeles]]
Official Name
City of Los Angeles
City of Angels


Star System



Los Angeles

City 498.3 sq mi (1,290.6 km²)
Land 469.1 sq mi (1,214.9 km²)
Water 29.2 sq mi (75.7 km²) 5.8%
Urban 1,667.9 sq mi (4,319.9 km²)

4,018,080 (2007 census) Population Density: 567 (2,005)/sq mi (3,165/km²)

First appearance




History of location is unknown.

Points of Interest

Colden House, Hollywood, Venice Beach


She-Hulk, Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew), Werewolf, West Coast Avengers


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  • No trivia.

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ST Expanded

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Los Angeles (also known as L.A.) was an Earth city located on the west coast of Earth's North American continent.

In 1996, the crew of the USS Voyager (NCC-74656), thrown back in time, visited Los Angeles. At this time, the headquarters of corporation Chronowerx was located in the city. It also appeared untouched by the effects of the Eugenics Wars.

In 2047, the Hermosa Earthquake occured, causing parts of the city to sink 200 meters into the ocean, creating the planet's largest coral reef. (VOY: "Future's End, Part I", " Future's End, Part II")

No evidence in canon Star Trek exists that Los Angeles still exists as a city. Events like the Hermosa Earthquake or World War III may have destroyed Los Angeles.

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From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Los Angeles is a city in the American state of California.

Revenge of the Fallen (franchise)

In the 2009 film, Revenge of the Fallen, Los Angeles is revealed to be the home of Sam Witwicky when his driver's license is shown on television during the Decepticons' satellite feed hijacking. It is also mentioned as the place where the major battle between the Autobots and Decepticons occurred two years before. In that film, the city where the battle occurred was known as Mission City, though it was very obviously filmed in Los Angeles. This is likely a retcon, as well as the fact that the Witwickys were previously referred to as residents of Tranquility.

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