Pasmore Alley

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Pasmore Alley

Pegton [83, 59]

Keppel Towers William Grove Bidgway Way
Jacquet Walk Pasmore Alley Blobole Park
Chatwin Library
(Vinetown)
Gelasius General Hospital
(Vinetown)
the Dinovan Monument
(Vinetown)

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.

Description

A tree-lined street flanked by once-gleaming white buildings.

History

The 2004 Pasmore Riots: the shape of things to come?

Pasmore Alley's name belies its grandeur: from the 19th century onwards it was the place of residence for a number of diplomats from obscure developing countries such as Moletania and Xyloxania, who appreciated its surprisingly affordable rents and (from 1974 onwards) the ease of access to the Meatyard Building where they could enjoy luncheon and discuss arms deals together.

By the 2000s many of the official residences had been divided into apartments for the upwardly mobile. Pasmore Alley hit the headlines in 2004, when the Pasmore Riots took place between born-and-bred Pegtonians and the wealthy newcomers, who often made no effort to learn Pegton's unique dialect. Police from Tilly Row Police Department broke up the riots, but tensions remained high until the outbreak.



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