Fryerbank [91, 87]
A plain paved square in front of the Havercroft Motel. Several torn and broken stalls still remain of what looks like a flea market. Most of the useful resources have been removed over the years to build barricades and accomodations in more tactical places in the area.
The land here lay barren for several decades, until the Malton City Council decided to pave it in 1988. It was named after Franklin Emmanuel Elston, a local semi-famous notable from the Victorian age.
Before the outbreak, there was a flea market here every second Sunday of the month.