Junkyard 5,85

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Junkyard 5,85
...best entry point for Foulkes Village resource complex...
MR2Di4 (talk) 01:56, 7 March 2019 (UTC)
a junkyard

Foulkes Village [5, 85]

a factory the Freeguard Building Davy Drive
Punnett Cinema a junkyard Scudamore Road
the Feaver Monument Elsworth Square School a carpark

Basic Info:

  • All junkyards were sealed and locked at the start of the quarantine, and required wirecutters to enter, unless someone else had already cut the fence. It is widely recognised that all junkyards in Malton have already been cut open.


An overgrown yard, caught in the shadows of the Freeguard Building, Punnett Cinema, a factory and the notorious Elsworth Square School.

Mr Morrisette's beloved TR3.


This junkyard was operated by Elsworth Square School dropout 'Fingers' Finlay, after whom Finlay Boulevard was named.

Finlay is thought to have masterminded a criminal ring which stole teachers' cars from the neighbouring school car park, then brought them under cover of darkness to the junkyard to be stripped down and sold for parts.

Only after the outbreak were these suspicions confirmed, as a TR3 chassis belonging to the school's loathed Mr Morrisette was found, still almost complete. In an ironic twist, which was not lost on Mr Morrisette (Faculty Head of Irony Studies at Elsworth Square), the mechanics' bodies had been stripped for parts by zombies before they could strip the TR3.

Mr Morrisette did not enjoy this triumph over his enemies for long, however, as shortly afterwards his brain was picked for the last time by the former Faculty Head of Hubris Studies, Mr Shardon Freud. Within minutes, the leather elbow patches from Mr Morrisette's tweed jacket were all that remained of the detested school master.

The Renegades were known to take residence here in there time of need, most recently in the month of July 2008.

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