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When an away team from the USS Enterprise-D had traveled back to San Francisco in 1893, Captain Picard claimed to lead a group of actors which had played in full houses in London, Paris and Milan. (TNG: "Time's Arrow, Part II")
In a holoprogram set in France in 1944, British radio reported the sky over London was grey with a chance for rain in the afternoon. The entire broadcast, however, included an encrypted message to the French Resistance cell in Sainte Claire. (VOY: "The Killing Game")
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In 2259 of the alternate reality, London was the location of the Kelvin Memorial Archive, which was secretly a Section 31 facility. Commander John Harrison approached one of the personnel, Thomas Harewood, who was visiting his terminally ill daughter at the Royal Children's Hospital. Harrison offered a blood transfusion for Harewood's daughter, if he would plant a bomb at the Archive. After the transfusion proved successful, Harewood walked into work and detonated the bomb, destroying the facility. From the debris, Harrison recovered the confiscated formula for transwarp beaming, which he used to escape from his subsequent attack on Starfleet Headquarters. (Star Trek Into Darkness)
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During the 21st century, London may have been the home of a professional baseball team, the London Kings, who were established in TNG: "The Big Goodbye" and DS9: "If Wishes Were Horses". However, since the team was a member of Major League Baseball (they played in the World Series, which is an MLB trademark), whose teams have traditionally been based in North America, it is equally likely the team could have been based out of London, Ontario, Canada. The current home baseball team of London UK is known as the London Warriors.