Junkyard 52,94

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Junkyard 52,94
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Danger Updater MDUDC 17:47, 12 April 2019 (UTC)
a junkyard

Wyke Hills [52,94]

Craddock Road the Craigie Building Bugden Drive
Ackland Auto Repair a junkyard the Ryles Building
the Hetherington Monument the Huddy Museum Broadbery Lane

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.

Description

History

In 1976, William Shepherd amassed enough funds from his nearby auto shop to build this facility, and it was the fifth scrapyard in Wyke Hills at the time. It maintained moderate success until the Malton Incident.

In 1986, Mr. Shepherd decided to place his scrapyard on the public market. It sold off within months, but soon after, Malcolm Ackland built his own auto shop just a block to the West. The stock holders were more than willing to sell old cars to the new partner, and within two years, Shepherd had gone bankrupt from the competition.

When Hairy Balzac first proposed a contract pitting the local scrap and auto industries against West Grayside growing auto industry in 1991, the owners of this building were the first to sign, and as such, have done no business with any of West Grayside's eight auto shops since. In return, neither Ackland or Marston Auto have imported scrap from outside Wyke Hills.

Barricade Policy

Keep VSB according to the Wyke Hills Barricade Plan.

Current Status

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