Junkyard 83,21

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Junkyard 83,21
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Evanna (talk) 22:20, 7 December 2018 (UTC)
a junkyard

Gibsonton [83, 21]

Houlet Lane Harp Walk St. Arnold's Hospital
the Veasey Building a junkyard Barker Avenue
Bowdich Square Gwinn Walk the Buckrell Arms

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.

Junkyard 83,21

Description

Generally covered in graffiti, and widely recognized to be the hippest junkyard in the city.

History

Before the outbreak, this junkyard was home to a number of squatters who built a makeshift village in it, Among these squatters were a number of freegans, anti-consumerists, anarchists, and counterculture elements.. These squatters were often evicted by police stationed at Oram Walk, but generally found a way to return to the junkyard. The place was occasionally used as a meeting place for activists, a performance place for the extreme underground music scene, and as a graffiti exhibition place.

For a short time in 2009, the Squat, in a twist of irony, played host to a temporary base of the Malton PD, until members of the local precinct were able to retake their usual safehouse. The Squatters tolerated this use and played the part of hosts.

The Squat was raided twice by Imperium members intent on silencing Squatter dissent. Since the outbreak of open hostility between the Imperium and the Squatters, the Squat has more or less abandoned, but the Squatters have made a point of keeping their tags on the location.

Barricade Policy

Current Status

Derelict.


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