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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Oxford was a city in Oxfordshire, England. It was the location of a university.

The Doctor and Nyssa visited there in 1278. (PDA: Asylum)

In 1883 Reverend Ernest Matthews traveled from there to Gabriel Chase in order to meet with Josiah Samuel Smith. (DW: Ghost Light)

In 1993, the Doctor, Ace and Bernice Summerfield visited Oxford. (NA: The Dimension Riders)

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Ice Hockey

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

An Ice Hockey Wiki article.

There are several places named Oxford.

Oxford, Nova Scotia refers to the town in Nova Scotia, Canada.

Oxford, England refers to the city in England.


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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
(Redirected to United Kingdom in Lost article)

From Lostpedia

"United Kingdom in Lost" redirects here. For real life UK broadcast and fan information, see: United Kingdom.
Wikipedia has information related to:
Flag of the United Kingdom
Location of the United Kingdom

Contents

Characters

Main British
Characters
Important U.K.
Companies


Other characters from the United Kingdom

Charles Widmore, Eloise Hawking, Penelope Hume, Naomi Dorrit, Liam Pace, Brother Campbell, Megan Pace, Simon Pace, Donovan, Ruth, Derek, Lucy Heatherton, Francis Heatherton, Tommy, Jimmy Lennon

Locations

Lost locations in the United Kingdom

Carlisle

  • On leaving the monastery Desmond apparently leaves with Penny to travel to Carlisle in northern England. ("Catch-22")

Eddington

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

Essex

Glasgow

  • Desmond Hume is from Glasgow where he was in the Royal Scots Regiment. His army camp, Camp Millar, was located north of Glasgow. ("The Constant")

Halstead

Kent

Lancashire

  • Drive Shaft are touring through Clitheroe (an area of Lancashire) when Charlie hears one of Drive Shaft's songs on the radio - one of the best moments of his life according to his list. ("Greatest Hits")

London

Manchester

Oxford

Portsmouth

Worcester

  • Charlotte Lewis was (supposedly) raised in Bromsgrove, near Worcester, England

In The Lost Experience

  • On Hanso Foundation website:
    • It is mentioned on that Alvar Hanso was present in London on 14 June 2000, one of the rare public appearances by the Hanso Foundation's CEO & Founder.
    • There is a directory at the site named London; it is empty.
  • A video that posted by Persephone shows Hugh McIntyre in London, with a women who is purportedly not his wife (GidgetGirl).
  • Two of the Hansoexposed.com glyphs were found in real-world locations in the UK, as well as numbers other glyphs hidden on UK-based websites.

See also


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