(aka Kontron Tunnel)
A time corridor is a type is a form of space-time travel that involves creating a wormhole through the Vortex that is connected to two different space-time zones, and is stable enough to allow unprotected humanoids to travel it. The traveler needs only to step into the Time Corridor to be instantly transported to the other end. Because these wormholes are very similar to the ones used by a TARDIS it is quite easy for a TARDIS traveling in the Vortex to be caught in a Time Corridor and be drawn along it to its destination. The time stresses of being caught in a Time Corridor can accelerate a TARDIS to such a high speed that it could break up if it tries to escape. There is also a chance that the TARDIS could be damaged by time particles colliding with its multidimensional implosion field. With proper modifications a TARDIS can be used to deflect the path of a Time Corridor.
The following color code is used:
- Black: For information from the TV Series, including Dimensions in Time, and 1996 TV Movie.
- Blue: For information from the Novels and Audios including Target, Virgin, BCC, and Big Finish.
- Green: For information from 'licensed' reference sources such as the Technical Manual, Doctor Who Magazine, and the Role Playing Games.
- Red: For information from unofficial sources -The Faction Paradox series, author's speculation, and popular fan belief.
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