Moorhouse Way

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Moorhouse Way

Paynterton [90, 31]

Ham Lane
(Spracklingbank)
a junkyard Swabey Grove Railway Station
Mechel Drive Railway Station
(Spracklingbank)
Moorhouse Way Dobson Avenue
Clements Library
(Spracklingbank)
Santler Road Moorman Park

Basic Info:

  • A Street is a city block containing no buildings or monuments. There are a variety of other names besides Street including Alley, Avenue, Boulevard, Drive, Grove, Lane, Row, Square, Walk, Place, etc.
  • This is an empty block, and cannot be barricaded.

Moorhouse Way

Description

A very non-descrepit road that runs along Paynterton's border with Spracklingbank, it's rarely occupied in any prolonged period of time, due to the lack of shelter and openness to attack, for both zombie and survivor.

History

Constructed in 1899, Moorhouse Way was originally called Springdale Road. Records show that the same man who commisioned the construction of Moorman Park, Mr. John Smith, also paid the city to rename this street. Why John Smith didn't have the street named Moorman Road is a mystery. Some proposed that the unknown Mr. Moorman had a house here, but search in the records showed that there is absolutely no record of a house belonging to any Moorman, or any related name, having ever been near the road, its path, or in the suburb Paynterton.



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