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Bristol was a city in and ceremonial county in England. It was home to the Twelfth Doctor's companion, Bill Potts.

Geography Edit

Bristol's landmarks included Clifton Suspension Bridge. (PROSE: Reckless Engineering) The city is known to have had at least two universities: St Luke's University (TV: The Pilot) and Bristol University. (PROSE: Rags)

Local businesses included Redcliffe Lettings and The Fabric Mill. Streets in the city included Cardinal Road and Mill Lane. (TV: Knock Knock)

Bill Potts lived in at least two homes within the Bristol area. The first was a flat in which she lived with her foster mother, and the second, although for only a short time, was 11 Cardinal Road. (TV: Knock Knock)

History Edit

20th century Edit

Sometime after escaping the Forge Alpha Facility in 1915, two vampires named Matthew and William Moore bought a theatre in Bristol. (PROSE: Project: Valhalla)

Before being taken through the Cardiff Rift on 18 December 1953, Emma-Louise Cowell lived in Bristol. (TV: Out of Time)

The First Doctor, Susan Foreman, Ian Chesterton and Barbara Wright attended a performance of The Crucible by Arthur Miller in Bristol on 9 November 1954. (PROSE: The Witch Hunters)

In the 1970s, The Unwashed visited a Bristol cemetery as part of their Unwashed and Unforgiving Tour. Revellers were led by the Ragman to kill everyone at The Money Tree bar. They were later stopped by the Third Doctor. (PROSE: Rags)

21st century Edit

In 2001, Nimrod came to Bristol to kill William Moore. He attended a play which had been directed by Moore and stayed after the audience and actors had left. He confronted Moore on the stage and shot a stake through his heart. (PROSE: Project: Valhalla)

In 2008 Jen vanished in Bristol after playing Combat 3000. She had been kidnapped by Uvlavad Kudlak but was saved by Sarah Jane Smith and her friends. After this she returned to Earth. (TV: Warriors of Kudlak)

The Twelfth Doctor accidentally landed the TARDIS in Bristol when trying to get Clara Oswald home for a date with Danny Pink. After the TARDIS was shrunk, they encountered and defeated the Boneless, who had killed several local humans. (TV: Flatline)

The Twelfth Doctor later returned to Bristol with Nardole, where they spent a number of decades guarding a vault beneath the campus of St Luke's University. It was here where he first encountered Bill Potts. (TV: The Pilot)

Alternative timelines Edit

Blood Heat Edit

In an alternate timeline where Earth was ruled by the Silurians in 1993, Ace located the ruins of Bristol and nearly fell from Clifton Suspension Bridge. (PROSE: Blood Heat)

Reckless Engineering Edit

In another alternate timeline, the Eighth Doctor, Anji Kapoor and Fitz Kreiner visited a post-apocalyptic Bristol in 2003. The ruins of the city were inhabited by Wildren. The Doctor travelled back to 1843 and was able to revert events back to the correct timeline. (PROSE: Reckless Engineering)

References Edit

After crashing into Fang Rock in his steam yacht, Henry Palmerdale was desperate to get to Bristol and so searched the lighthouse for a means of communication. (TV: Horror of Fang Rock)

Behind the scenes Edit

Real world location

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Though it's possible that a real world location doesn't exist in the same geographic space in the Doctor Who universe, such cases are few and far between. Thus, the map at right is probably a good indicator of the DWU location of Bristol.

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