Leggetter Library

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Leggetter Library
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stelar (talk) 10:33, 29 April 2017 (UTC)
Leggetter Library

Owsleybank [1,40]

Bowley Lane
(Dunell Hills)
Summers Row
(Dunell Hills)
Basher Street
(Dunell Hills)
a warehouse Leggetter Library a junkyard
Goodson Square the Armastrong Monument the Barber Building

Basic Info:

  • Libraries have no internal descriptions.
  • Libraries can be barricaded normally.

Leggetter Library

Description

Leggetter's outside.

A surprisingly boring building, both on the inside and the outside. Red bricks, a few windows and a large entry door - Nothing special. Hardly noticeable, if for the fact that it differs quite a lot from the surrounding buildings.

History

The name is actually misspelled - The library was built in 1956, and named as a tribute to the little known local basketball player Francis Legette. It contained literature related to sports, mostly non-fiction.

In 1989 the library went out of business, due to a significant decrease in government aid to non-profit organizations. Within a year, the company occupying the nearby Barber Building. It was in a state of aggressive expansion, and needed somewhere to store its expansive document archives.

When the Malton Incident took place in 2005, it was naturally quickly abandoned. Since then the building has only been sparsely visited, due to its obsolete location. The fact that it is located almost right next to the border could also be a factor.

Barricade Policy

In accordance with the Owsleybank Barricade Plan, the building is to be Exremely Heavily Barricaded.

Current Status



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