The Two Streams Kindness Facility was a hospital on Apalapucia designed to care for Apalapucians who had contracted Chen-7, a plague that would ordinarily kill any two-hearted being in a day. The facility was designed with two goals in mind: quarantine of the infected to stem the spread of the plague and palliative care for infected Apalapucians.
Two Streams achieved both with temporal technology. The infected were sent to live in separate time streams "compressed" from the main one. They were held in place by "temporal engines". The compressed time streams were collectively known as "Red Waterfall" and the single normal one was known as "Green Anchor". There were emblems for each. Amy Pond once got separated from the Eleventh Doctor and Rory Pond there, entering a different time stream to the one they had entered.
Locations come in all shapes and sizes. But we've made it exceedingly easy to figure out how to start looking up locations. Just go to category:locations, and start working your way down.
Wanna see whether there have been DWU stories set in your neck of the woods? A good place to start might be our categories about regional governments. Take a stroll through:
(And yes, we know there are more places than this in the world, but it's a start!)
We like to study the natural features of the DWU. So take a look at:
Sometimes, you want to look at places in terms of whether a specific incarnation of the Doctor has visited there. We've tried to make that easy by offering up a whole branch of categories under locations visited by the Doctor. Want to discover the planets visited by the Third Doctor because you thought he was exiled to Earth and never went anywhere? Or maybe you're interested in what cities the Tenth Doctor went to.
Sure, the Doctor spends a heck of a lot of his time exploring Earth. But quite a lot is known about the geography of other worlds, too. Check out category:locations by planet to visit places like Skaro's Ocean of Ooze, or the great Martian cities or places to see on New Earth.
You've heard of trainspotters? Well, we're street spotters around here. Seriously, we love our city infrastructure, but especially streets. Yes, we tend to care most about English streets, but believe it or not, we know quite a lot about how to get around streets in Buenos Aires, thanks to Torchwood: Miracle Day. (So that's one good thing about that series.)