Kitchingman Street Railway Station
|Kitchingman Street Railway Station|
|Kitchingman Street Railway Station
Kitchingman Street Railway Station platforms are empty, its departure boards blank, all trains having left the city during the evacuation.
|Malton Rail Purple Line|
|Meloney | Thomson | Foulkes | Spraggon Y | Voules G | Downing | Morliere | Bowerman | Pollet | Stroud-Dadson O | Cullingford | Whittle-Clark N | Basher | Chalderwood B | Pegg | Lawley R | Sebright | Glenmore | Polgrahan F | Windham | Rawlinson-Mechel Y | Swabey | Corp | Hellear | Kemble | Kitchingman | Youl | Spitter | Muirhead | Heddington | Gibb | Salter | Clipper | Kelloway-Roles Y|
Kitchingman Street Railway Station is a train station located in the suburb of Pescodside alongside the border with Rolt Heights to the west. Kitchingman Street Railway Station was originally constructed in 1930, primarily as a station for the loading and unloading of heavy freight trains.
The station itself saw little use after 1945 following the collapse of a large haulage firm who where the primary users of Kitchingman Street Railway Station and the station was finally closed in 1950. In 1960 the station was selected for renovation and, in July 1964 after nearly 5 years of delayed construction work Kitchingman Street Railway Station finally saw the light of day again as a state of the art passenger station. The station proved immensely popular, both to commuters and tourists, flocking to the many museums Pescodside has to offer. Today, following the outbreak, a once bustling commuter paradise is now silent, platforms covered in dry leaves and accumulated rubbish, the citizens long gone, and the faint moans of zombies can be heard in the distance.
This building should be Very Strongly (VS+2) barricaded at all times. This is in accordance with the barricade plan set forth by the Burchell Arms Regulars as well as the mutually agreed-upon Pescodside Barricade Plan set forth by local survivor groups and the Dulston Alliance, all of whom routinely monitor the barricade level for this building. This building is meant to serve as a entry-point for members of the BAR and a safehouse for inexperienced survivors.
Survivors who find the building's barricades below or above its assigned level are asked to assist in raising them back up in order to help ensure the safety of all the survivors staying inside the building. Any survivor found lowering the barricades may be directly "put to the question" by any member of the B.A.R. present at that time. If this happens the accused survivor must present a valid reason for their actions or be labeled a zombie spy/death cultist and be judged accordingly.
May 19th, 2010 - Local survivors have been routinely been barricading this building to EHB. The Burchell Arms Regulars have committed to keeping this building an entry and barricaded at VSB++, as has been previously announced. --Jesus Sante
December 23rd, 2008 - The Burchell Arms Regulars reported that they had changed the barricade plan for this location. Henceforth, the Kitchingman Street Railway Station would serve as an entry-point for survivors and safehouse for inexeperienced survivors. Previously the building was kept Extremely Heavily barricaded.
November 20th, 2008 - The Burchell Arms Regulars reported the train station as secure (i.e. barricaded), which is good news in light of the recnt troubles which have faced the suburb since the attack by the Militant Order of Barhah. Even though the MoB is long gone ferals continue to cause problems within the area.
October 6th, 2008 - The Burchell Arms Regulars reported that the station has been cleared of zombies and retaken for the good of humanity. The building is once again Very Strongly barricaded and serving as an entry-point to local resource buildings.