Kitting Walk Railway Station

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Kitting Walk Railway Station
Last updated June 2018
Danger Updater MDUDC 15:43, 28 November 2018 (UTC)
Kitting Walk Railway Station

Brooke Hills [48, 24]

Prickett Road Say Square St. Luke's Cathedral
the Schalch Building Kitting Walk Railway Station St. Luke's Cathedral
Beckley Square Connor Park St. Arnold's Church

Basic Info:

  • Train station. No trains are running.
  • Among the internal descriptions found in Railway Stations:
    • "Its platforms are empty, its departure boards blank, all trains having left the city during the evacuation."
    • "…a fire-damaged white-stone building surrounded by lawns. Behind railings, you can see railway tracks disappearing into the surrounding city."
  • This building can be barricaded normally.

Kitting Walk Railway Station is a rail station formerly serving eastern Brooke Hills. It lies on the Blue Line between Budgett and Bathe Stations.

Malton Rail Blue Line
Hardwick | Imber | Batton | Snook | Date | Hewlett | Mules | Garwood | Fennessy NF | Mahagan | Pedel | Wooman-Underwood Y | Ayliffe | Norvell | Hayes | Shipp | Budgett | Kitting | Bathe | Newstead | Alkin-Priestley RG | Blocksidge | Buckmaster | Chalderwood P | Gajewski | Exon | Hutchin O | Shean | Hame Y | Leave | Mountstephen | Chicke-Hedbitch N | Phabayn | Whalen | Cowdrey | Ketley | Creyghton


You are standing outside Kitting Walk Railway Station, an imposing grey-stone building, its windows missing and broken. Behind railings, you can see railway tracks disappearing into the surrounding city. The building was ruined on 4th May 2011, but I repaired it and barricade. It have much blood, but I don't want to clean because it feels like zombie apocalypse. And I don't care. -- TheQ 10:32, 4 May 2011 (BST)


Kitting Walk Railway Station was built in the early 1820s, shortly after the founding of modern-day Malton. It was conceived as part of the industrialisation of the city. and the rail line served to transport products from the numerous factories in the Rolt Heights and Dulston area to the west of the city.

The station itself was specifically designed to transport Maltonians to their various religious obligations- on Sunday, hundreds would crowd out of the station to attend the services at the adjacent St. Luke's Cathedral and St. Arnold's Church. Because of this, it became a very popular quasi-market, with hagglers frequenting the area to barter with various salesmen selling their wares. Rumour has it, a prototype of Vegemite was sold by chemist Cyril Percy Callister here in 1918, but was unpopular and subsequently abandoned as a product in the country.

Kitting Walk barely survived the Great Fire of 1912, and while one train line would run through the city until the outbreak, the other three platforms would be demolished and eventually turned into Connor Park.

Barricade Policy

This place is part of TheQ Barricade Police - only good barricade is extreme barricade. We feel sorry for all those who can't come... most of them are zombies anyway.

Current Status

2. It is ruined. I woke 3 minutes after I was killed. At least I killed zombie who killed me. Didn't care about his name. I will come back and kick some ass. -- TheQ 17:05, 5 May 2011 (BST)

1. It is safe... but I am all alone and I want to recapture Cathedral, this is my temporary HQ. -- TheQ 10:31, 4 May 2011 (BST)

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