Gulsonside

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Suburb of Gulsonside
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Gulsonside's location in Malton

Resource buildings in Gulsonside

Latest EMR:
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Phone Mast: (73,74)

The Gollop Building

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Known groups in this suburb:
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Key buildings in Gulsonside:

Malls: Blesley Mall
NecroTech Buildings: 3

(79,70) (77,76) (71,78)

Police Departments: 0
Hospitals: 2
Fire Stations: 2
Bulletin Boards: unknown
Others: Schools 2, Churches 4, Auto Repair 2, Railway Stations 5
Suburb Number: 78

Gulsonside is a suburb of Malton, located in the southeast of the city.

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The Gulsonside suburb has the following active radio stations.

Freq: 26.05: South-East Malton
Freq: 26.46: Blesley Mall


History

Formerly the fiefdom of Icelandic warlord Erik 'The Bear' Gulson, some traces of its medieval history remain. However, before the quarantine, Gulsonside had few permanent residents and lacked a community focus. Many people commuted to work in its banks and high-finance companies, before returning home to dull dormitory suburbs such as Osmondville and Scarletwood, where property was cheaper and more readily available. Gulsonside's odd mix of spirituality, high culture, and hedonism was reflected by its unorthodox churches, famous museums and bangin' nightclubs. The construction of Blesley Mall attracted hordes of antisocial kids, but its true impact was felt several years after the Outbreak, when it was taken under new management. To this day, eastern 'G-side' remains one of the most popular parts of southeast Malton.

Post-Outbreak

Gulsonside is the birthplace of the Minions of the Apocalypse. It was in this suburb that the Minions started their rampage across Malton. St. Lazarus's Church was the first building they cleaned out. After attacking several other larger buildings, such as Blesley Mall, they moved out of the suburb. To this day the Minions still consider Gulsonside as their home.

Battalion Chief KristiOTD activated the Billings Row Fire Station and claimed the Northcote Avenue Fire Station as the HQ for MFD SE Division. To combat the suburb's problem of overbarricading, the MFD and MPD created the Gulsonside Barricade Plan, in accordance with the Uniform Barricading Policy, in order to create more VS entry points.

'Ghoulsonside' gained notoriety when Mall Tour '09 decided to skip Blesley Mall, as the mall had fallen to a persistent guerilla campaign by a small group of zombie nightclubbers, Clubbed to Death. Blesley is therefore a notable omission from the Tour's record of annihilated targets. The undead clubbers used darkened neighbouring clubs Wadman and Simpson (Zedman and Zedson) as secure bases for their attacks, and since May 2009 the mall has been in zombie hands for all but a few weeks.

Gulsonside is where the prophet Saul D'Alessio founded the Cult of the Unseen Ones, and is sacred to the cultists. Residing within the suburb are two of their most sacred sites: St. Lazarus's Church was dedicated to the Unseen Ones by Saul himself, the first church to be dedicated to the Unseen. The second dedicated, sacred site is Gurney Park, which reminds the cultists of the forest where Saul found the Unseen.

Recently Billings Row Fire Station has been reactivated by Captain [Severous] of the MFD. It also has replaced Northcote Avenue Fire Station, claimed by KristiOTD], as the SE Division Head Quarters. Captain Severous has continued the tradition of Billings Row as a Training Facility. Mentoring low level survivors the same way his old Captain did at Billings Row.

Resource Buildings

NecroTech Facilities

The Creek Building (71,78)

The Perryn Building (77,76)

The Wetherall Building (79,70)

Hospitals

St. Polycarp's Hospital (74,71)

Zacharias General Hospital (72,79)

Police Departments

  • None

Factories

  • None

Auto Repair Shops

Doble Auto Repair (77,71)

Genin Auto Repair (77,70)

Malls

Blesley Mall [78,73] – [79,74]

Bulletin Boards

Revive Points

Building Status Key

Safe Rebuilding Under Attack Under Siege

Ruined In Zombie Hands Pinata Unknown

Gulsonside Information Resources

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

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

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Things to do in Gulsonside

  • Shop 'till you drop, eat and be eaten, at Blesley Mall. Sip a mrh-cachino at Zedbuck's or just enjoy watching the hordes shamble past in the latest Gulsonside fashions. Bloodstains and tattered clothing are definitely in again this season!
  • Dance your life away at the (in)famous Club Wadman with its eclectic music and colourful crowd (colourful as in greenish-grey, most nights). From head-banging rock to trance, you can get off your head and then spill your guts in the street outside!
  • Be a culture vulture in Gulsonside's Cultural Heartland. The Museum Triangle of the Bane Museum, the Crump Museum and the Wybrants Museum house collections of abstract art, tapestries and contemporary art of a kind matched only by every other museum in Malton. At the gift shops you can help yourself to some of these precious artworks to add that touch of elegance to the safehouse of your choice. The Menhennet Museum, situated conveniently just one block north of the mall, offers an unusual insight into African glassware, almost all of it now pre-smashed for your convenience.
  • Be a health tourist for the day! St Polycarp's Hospital and Zacharias General Hospital offer reasonable rates for injured parties seeking anything from basic first-aid to major surgery. Be sure to call in advance to schedule an appointment between zombie drop-in sessions, as the hospitals can be rather busy (and chaotic) at those times.
  • Atone for your sins at one of Gulsonside's four beautiful churches. The 'twin spires' of St Holy's Church and St Patrick's Church invite all pilgrims (alive and dead) to step inside, fall to their knees and pray for forgiveness for that thing you do with your hands.
  • Choose life! at our first-class NecroTech facilities, the Perryn Building, site of the Gulsonside Massacre, the Wetherall Building and the Creek Building. Courteous staff or bloodthirsty zombies are always on hand to offer you the gift of life or to remove your cerebral cortex - all in a matter of pain-free or agonising minutes!
  • Chuckle mildly at Butt Boulevard and the Podger Building's amusing names, and ponder the meaning of life (or simply take a dump) next to Ponder Grove's iconic statue.
  • Stay the night at one of our luxury hotels - the Pledger, Hemphill, and Mapledoram. Don't let the 0-star ratings deter you!
  • Get the hell out! using one of the excellent railway stations that form part of the suburb's infrastructure.
  • Let's toast in The Brien Arms! Come and give your hands a toast with a warm pint of beer.
  • Follow in the footsteps of the great prophet Saul D'Alessio and visit Church of the Unseen, the first church in Malton to be dedicated to the worship of the Unseen. Also drop by Gurney Park and celebrate the holy moment when Saul found the almighty Unseen Ones. We invite all survivors to these sacred sites to pay homage to Saul and the Unseen. Feel free to destroy a few Chosen while you stay as a sacrifice to the Silent Saviors.

Recent News

Please: recent news at the top (signed & NPOV). Old news can be archived.


  • September 24th 2017

The north side is safe (with held TRPs and no ruins) and the south side is dangerous (with active zombies and plenty of ruins). Of the 8 TRPs, 6 are 'caded and 1 is lit. Blesley Mall is ruined and occupied by zombies. Status is dangerous. --Funt Solo QT Scotland flag.JPG 15:48, 24 September 2017 (UTC)

Barricade Plan

More details on the Gulsonside Barricade Plan can be seen here.

70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79
70 Rabbage Place
Chown Bank
Dark
Dike Lane
the Podger Building
Cottrill Square
Lea Street School
Pavitt Cinema
Dark
Genin Auto Repair
wasteland
the Wetherall Building
70
71 Spire Cinema
Dark
Cundham Drive
McInerney Avenue School
Hutchin Boulevard Railway Station
St. Polycarp's Hospital
the Cockell Building
Stephens Park
Doble Auto Repair
Mather Lane
Hooke Row
71
72 the Belbin Arms
St. Lazarus's Church
Minall Square
the Conybear Building
Biddlecom Road
Huttenbach Drive
St. Holy's Church
Showers Park
wasteland
the Menhennet Museum
72
73 Gurney Park
wasteland
Dinovan Alley
a warehouse
Shearley Place
the Bane Museum
St. Patrick's Church
a cemetery
RP
Blesley Mall
Blesley Mall
73
74 Budgett Walk
Mosedale Crescent
Billings Row Fire Station
the Gollop Building
MPM
the Crump Museum
Ponder Grove
Train Boulevard
Club Wadman
Dark
Blesley Mall
Blesley Mall
74
75 Kingdom Row
Veale Towers
Eaton Drive
Tatchel Street
Jewell Lane
Shean Alley Railway Station
the Wybrants Museum
wasteland
RP
Northcote Avenue Fire Station
the Broadbear Monument
75
76 the Pledger Hotel
the Perrior Arms
Wolseley Lane
Welsford Towers
a carpark
Methringham Boulevard
the Hemphill Hotel
the Perryn Building
Howarth Boulevard Railway Station
Ivens Lane
76
77 the Brien Arms
St. Francis's Church
Butt Boulevard
wasteland
Allan Bank
Dark
a warehouse
Hame Crescent Railway Station
the Bullen Building
Eason Library
Case Row
77
78 a cemetery
RP
the Creek Building
Durand Drive
a junkyard
a warehouse
Eliot Avenue
the Mapledoram Hotel
a warehouse
Prinn Alley
the Markes Monument
78
79 Gullifer Avenue
a junkyard
Zacharias General Hospital
Stanbury Towers
Bowditch Avenue
Furzer Crescent Railway Station
Beagly Lane
Simister Street
Tipney Bank
Dark
Club Emes
Dark
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70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79


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

Suburb Map

The Malton Suburb of Gulsonside
NW N NE
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Rabbage Place Chown Bank Dike Lane the Podger Building Cottrill Square
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Lea Street School Pavitt Cinema Genin Auto Repair wasteland the Wetherall Building
Spire Cinema Cundham Drive McInerney Avenue School Hutchin Boulevard Railway Station St. Polycarp's Hospital the Cockell Building Stephens Park Doble Auto Repair Mather Lane Hooke Row
the Belbin Arms St. Lazarus's Church Minall Square
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the Conybear Building Biddlecom Road Huttenbach Drive St. Holy's Church Showers Park wasteland the Menhennet Museum
Gurney Park wasteland Dinovan Alley a warehouse Shearley Place the Bane Museum St. Patrick's Church a cemetery
--RP--
Blesley Mall Blesley Mall
Budgett Walk
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Mosedale Crescent Billings Row Fire Station the Gollop Building
MPM
the Crump Museum Ponder Grove Train Boulevard Club Wadman Blesley Mall Blesley Mall
Kingdom Row Veale Towers Eaton Drive Tatchel Street
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Jewell Lane Shean Alley Railway Station the Wybrants Museum wasteland
--RP--
Northcote Avenue Fire Station the Broadbear Monument
the Pledger Hotel the Perrior Arms Wolseley Lane Welsford Towers a carpark Methringham Boulevard the Hemphill Hotel the Perryn Building Howarth Boulevard Railway Station Ivens Lane
the Brien Arms
St. Francis's Church Butt Boulevard wasteland Allan Bank a warehouse Hame Crescent Railway Station the Bullen Building Eason Library Case Row
a cemetery the Creek Building Durand Drive a junkyard a warehouse Eliot Avenue the Mapledoram Hotel a warehouse Prinn Alley the Markes Monument
Gullifer Avenue a junkyard Zacharias General Hospital Stanbury Towers Bowditch Avenue Furzer Crescent Railway Station Beagly Lane Simister Street Tipney Bank Club Emes
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SW S SE
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