Coombe Library

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Coombe Library
EthrDemon (talk) 03:41, 17 April 2020 (UTC)
Coombe Library

Penny Heights [91, 73]

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A nice little library in Penny Heights. The two white columns in front wear the remnants of splattered blood. The sign on the door states "Librarian will return in 10 Minutes."


Dedicated in 1984, The Amanda E. Coombe Library was the first of its kind being an exclusive children's book library. It became an instant success with the families of the neighborhood. It was a place that fostered creativity and fun for children. In 1992 it briefly was used as a soup kitchen for one day, when patrons realized that there were no homeless people in the neighborhood to use it. The next day the library was re-dedicated and an addition was build to include 2 classrooms to be used for continuing education classes for patrons. During the ourbreak many sought out refuge in this modest building before it quickly became a target for the undead. Fortunately no one died in the building, although more than a dozen were killed on the front lawn. After this horrible event few who remembered the Coombe library's former glory chose to ever come near it again.

Barricade Policy

In accordance to Penny Heights Barricade Plan, Coombe Library should be kept EHB at all times.

Current Status

June 1, 2010 VSB, power, low on fuel. --The Prophet of Life 01:59, 2 June 2010 (BST)

February 24, 2009 HB against barricade policy, no power, no transmitter. --Hashk 08:13, 24 February 2009 (UTC)

July 16, 2008 EHB, No Power, No Transmitter--Dr Mycroft Chris 04:57, 17 July 2008 (BST)

July 13, 2008 EHB-- Prv. Parker

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