Grigg Heights

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Suburb of Grigg Heights
Border Owsleybank Molebank
Border Grigg Heights Reganbank
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Grigg Heights's location in Malton

Resource buildings in Grigg Heights

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Phone Mast: (3,56)

The Ashwin Building

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Known groups in this suburb:
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— Hostile Groups —
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Key buildings in Grigg Heights:

Malls: none
NecroTech Buildings: 1

(4,59)

Police Departments: 4
Hospitals: 6
Fire Stations: 0
Bulletin Boards: unknown
Others: Schools 2, Monuments 3
Suburb Number: 51
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Grigg Heights is a suburb of Malton, located on the western edge of the city.

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The Grigg Heights suburb has the following active radio stations.

Freq: 26.04: South-West Malton

The name of the suburb is shrouded in mystery, layered in legend, enveloped in enigma and then deep-fried and slathered in supposition. The most popular belief is that it is named after an ancient legendary giant so huge he was known simply as Great Big, or 'Grigg' for short. Awakened from a hundred-year-long nap by the increasingly noisy little town of Malton, the giant resolved to destroy it by casting huge boulders at the burgeoning borough. The removal of these boulders left the valley that is now found running through the neighbouring burbs of Owsleybank, Molebank and Reganbank. However, the exertion proved too great even for Grigg, who succumbed to a ruptured hernia and fell dead on the edge of the city. As his body decomposed, it formed the distinctive range of hills (the Heights) which characterise this area of western Malton. Indeed, the suburb is so hilly that several large areas are undeveloped, including the peak centring on the Heneage Monument. This makes it rather tricky to get around, even for free runners.

Well, it's the locals' legend and they like it.

Prior to the Zombie Outbreak, Grigg Heights was thought of as a peaceful and quiet suburb of Malton. The sleepy suburb supported six hospitals and a research facility owned by NecroTech (the primary employer of pre-crisis Malton). The residents at that time were also considered to be educated, music lovers, and appreciative of the finer things in culture. These attributes can still be seen in the ruins of Grigg Heights by what is left of the three jazz clubs in the south of the suburb (Club Whittem, Club Whittard and Club Allerston), as well as its museums the Linnett Museum and the Wriford Museum. Grigg Heights is also notable for having the Ripley Building, one of the hallmarks of Malton architecture and a triumph of 21st century design.

The most notable events in the history of this suburb involve the group DORIS. More information can be found here.

Resource Buildings

NecroTech Facilities

The Merson Building (4,59)

Hospitals

Cornelius General Hospital (9,53)

Edmund General Hospital (1,51)

St. Julius's Hospital (8,53)

St. Seraphim's Hospital (6,50)

St. Wolfgang's Hospital (6,58)

Victor General Hospital (3,52)

Police Departments

Blaxall Way Police Department (4,58)

Haddock Road Police Department (0,51)

Lees Boulevard Police Department (3,57)

Spry Road Police Department (0,57)

Factories

A factory (8,57)

A factory (9,54)

Auto Repair Shops

Kempe Auto Repair (1,55)

Mack Auto Repair (6,54)

Malls

  • None

Bulletin Boards

Revive Points

Building Status Key

Safe Rebuilding Under Attack Under Siege

Ruined In Zombie Hands Pinata Unknown

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Grigg Heights Information Resources

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The Grigg Heights Building Information Center contains status reports and updates on key buildings in the suburb.

View zombie activity and locations in Grigg Heights from External Military Reports, Scentoral scan data charts and NecroWatch.

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Recent News

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News more than one month old can be found in the news archive.

August

August 17th

25.96 MHz: "... Grigg Heights looks clear ... several buildings with power ... only a few buildings damaged ... the Merson Building has fallen - repeat, the Merson Building has fallen ..." -- Jen T | SFHNAS | PK 15:24, 20 August 2014 (UTC)

August 12th

25.96 MHz: "... Grigg Heights looks clear ... several buildings with power ... only a few buildings damaged ... the Merson Building has fallen - repeat, the Merson Building has fallen ..." -- Jen T | SFHNAS | PK 09:42, 13 August 2014 (UTC)

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Revive Points

Suburb Location Coords Maintainer(s) Comments Timestamp
Grigg Heights 3, 58 Breach Of Peace, Order of the Black Rose, WMU & the DEM -- Boertje 15:06, 26 November 2012 (UTC)
Grigg Heights 1, 52 Edmund General United, WMU & the Order of the Black Rose --Samhain Sam 09:13, 19 February 2012 (UTC)
Grigg Heights 6, 51 WMU, Order of the Black Rose, & MFU RP checked daily by WMU --Samhain Sam 09:13, 19 February 2012 (UTC)
active slow inactive dangerous unknown

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Barricade Plan

For full details, see Grigg Heights Barricade Plan.

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50 Gilbey Street
the Loveridge Arms
the Wriford Museum
Kitchingman Place
Colmer Way
Markess Bank
Dark
St. Seraphim's Hospital
the Ripley Building
the Burtoft Arms
the Shiplow Building
50
51 Haddock Road Police Department
Edmund General Hospital
the Bengefield Hotel
Wrentmore Bank
Dark
Grey Bank
Dark
Abney Boulevard
Forshaw Drive
RP
a junkyard
a carpark
the Monks Arms
51
52 Besant Avenue
Sherring Place
RP
the Wakeford Motel
Victor General Hospital
the Linnett Museum
Adam Plaza
Dauncey Towers
Lansdowne Crescent
Shortman Lane
McIlhargey Plaza
52
53 Moodborn Library
Gilles Street
Paillet Alley
McGarth Plaza
Redfern Boulevard
Pople Street
Tozer Place
Rayment Row
St. Julius's Hospital
Cornelius General Hospital
53
54 Low Walk
Leighton Way
Ackerman Walk
Waugh Road
Haygarth Row Railway Station
Campain Drive
Mack Auto Repair
Whish Walk
the Watherston Hotel
a factory
54
55 Club Whittem
Dark
Kempe Auto Repair
Ivins Towers
the MacGilvray Hotel
Brower Lane
a carpark
a carpark
Bowers Boulevard School
the Sankey Arms
Murrey Square
55
56 a warehouse
the Timmins Building
the Mees Monument
the Ashwin Building
MPM
Sullivan Walk
the Heneage Monument
the Lane Monument
the Estmond Museum
the Crawshaw Building
Cleverly Lane
56
57 Spry Road Police Department
Woof Plaza School
Viney Place
Lees Boulevard Police Department
a warehouse
Veazey Plaza
RP
Greatwood Road
a warehouse
a factory
Spooner Lane
57
58 wasteland
Higdon Crescent
Falvey Boulevard
Riddles Place
RP
Blaxall Way Police Department
a warehouse
St. Wolfgang's Hospital
Pye Street
the Whitcombe Hotel
Club Allerston
Dark
58
59 St. Laurence's Church
Wigfield Avenue
Club Whittard
Dark
Upsdale Bank
Dark
the Merson Building
the Langner Building
the Maidment Building
the Pincoffs Building
Bastable Alley
a carpark
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LEGEND
Extremely Heavily Barricaded Very Strongly Barricaded No Barricades
Auto Repair Shops Hospitals Other (non-TRP)
Factories and
Power Stations
NecroTech Buildings Unbarricadable
Forts and Malls Police Departments
Dark: Dark Buildings MPM: Mobile Phone Masts RP: Revive Points

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Suburb Map

The Malton Suburb of Grigg Heights
NW N NE
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Gilbey Street the Loveridge Arms the Wriford Museum Kitchingman Place Colmer Way
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Markess Bank St. Seraphim's Hospital the Ripley Building the Burtoft Arms the Shiplow Building
Haddock Road Police Department Edmund General Hospital the Bengefield Hotel Wrentmore Bank Grey Bank Abney Boulevard Forshaw Drive
RP
a junkyard a carpark the Monks Arms
Besant Avenue Sherring Place
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RP
the Wakeford Motel Victor General Hospital the Linnett Museum Adam Plaza Dauncey Towers Lansdowne Crescent Shortman Lane McIlhargey Plaza
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Moodborn Library Gilles Street Paillet Alley McGarth Plaza Redfern Boulevard Pople Street Tozer Place Rayment Row St. Julius's Hospital Cornelius General Hospital
Low Walk
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Leighton Way Ackerman Walk Waugh Road Haygarth Row Railway Station Campain Drive Mack Auto Repair Whish Walk the Watherston Hotel a factory
Club Whittem Kempe Auto Repair Ivins Towers the MacGilvray Hotel Brower Lane a carpark a carpark Bowers Boulevard School the Sankey Arms Murrey Square
a warehouse the Timmins Building the Mees Monument the Ashwin Building
MPM
Sullivan Walk the Heneage Monument the Lane Monument the Estmond Museum the Crawshaw Building Cleverly Lane
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Spry Road Police Department Woof Plaza School Viney Place Lees Boulevard Police Department a warehouse Veazey Plaza Greatwood Road a warehouse a factory Spooner Lane
wasteland Higdon Crescent Falvey Boulevard Riddles Place
RP
Blaxall Way Police Department a warehouse St. Wolfgang's Hospital Pye Street the Whitcombe Hotel Club Allerston
St. Laurence's Church Wigfield Avenue Club Whittard Upsdale Bank the Merson Building the Langner Building the Maidment Building the Pincoffs Building Bastable Alley a carpark
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SW S SE
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