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A ship full of Cybermen crashed in what would become the Essex town of Colchester, and remained buried and hidden for centuries. Sanderson & Grainger department store was eventually built atop it. (TV: Closing Time)
Oxley Woods was located in the Essex town of Epping. In 1970, a formation of Nestene spheres landed in the wood. At the same time, the TARDIS materialised there, carrying the newly-regenerated Third Doctor. He was taken to Ashbridge Cottage Hospital by the UNIT troops who found him whilst searching for the "meteorites" (the spheres). (TV: Spearhead from Space)
In 2010, the Eleventh Doctor rented a spare room from Craig Owens at 79A Aickman Road, Colchester, after the ship disguised as the house's upper storey began luring and killing seventeen people in the search for a compatible pilot. The Doctor, Craig, and Sophie stopped the ship and deactivated the perception filter. (TV: The Lodger)
In 2011, the Cybership under Colchester began to reactivate, a Cybermat routing electricity to it. Several people disappeared from the surface. While visiting Craig, the Doctor took a job in Sanderson & Grainger's toy department to investigate the disappearances. He and Craig destroyed the Cybership. (TV: Closing Time)
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Towns in Essex included Colchester (TV: The Lodger, The Big Bang, Closing Time, Up All Night) and Epping. (TV: Spearhead from Space; PROSE: Who Killed Kennedy) Brook Cottage and Oxley Woods were located near Epping. (TV: Spearhead from Space)