Ketchelbank [44, 38]
|This location is on the list of Amusing Locations in Malton|
Doutch Towers has an unfortunate name which the local school louts never allowed anyone to forget. Along with the adjoining Huggins Towers these two tenement buildings served to house the majority of the local inhabitants and on clear days provided a great view into the open exhibits at the near-by zoo. The builders clearly did not envision these as cheery structures as evidenced by the grey paint and the slowly fading pale green window trims. A few sunflower curtains still hang in some of the windows, evidence of the prior inhabitants attempts of cheering up their rather drab surroundings.
Perhaps due to the lack of a police department in this suburb, Doutch Towers became known for a bustling grey-market location for second hand mobile phones which had become separated from their original owners. Since the apocalpyse the vacant Towers provide an eerie silhouette for the nearby blocks with the occasional low-pitched sound emanating from the upper floors, most likely due to wind blowing through cracked window panes.
Per the barricade plan this building should be maintained at EHB.