Galbraith Hills [48,58]
Abarough Park is located in the south-eastern area of the suburb of Galbraith Hills. This park is only park in this suburb.
Abarough Park, possibly one of the oldest parks of Malton, was first mentioned in a letter from Lady Clair Austin of London to her cousin, dated July 1, 1795. Miss Austin describes the "Parc of Abarough" -possibly named after a local family of wealth- as being "a splendid place to spend a warm summer's day". In the same letter, she describes the wide pond and the During the 19th century, it remained a popular gathering place for families with an above average purse, and it remained so until 1940. With the threat of war and the economic downfall of the 1930s still fresh in everyone's memories, the park lost most of the attention, and with it all its maintenance funds. The downward spiral continued as the surrounding neighborhood went down the drain: wastelands, junkyards and a bar with a terrible reputation ensured that by the time of the outbreak, Abarough Park was nothing but a faint memory of its once glorious self.
Parks are empty city blocks, and cannot be barrigaded.
This is not a revive point, and nearest one is Clearey Drive in the same suburb. Nearest Police Department is 2 on south, called Lay Road Police Department located in Mockridge Heights
This is an empty block, and cannot be barricaded.
If you're looking for nearby Revive Points, take a look at the list.
If you're looking for an entry point and don't want to waste any AP, take a look at the Galbraith Hills Barricade Plan.