Shearbank [54, 21]
"A portable generator has been set up here. It is running, and powering a radio transmitter. Red, green and white Christmas lights decorate the room. The building has been decorated with a blown-glass sculpture, a Greek tapestry, a mediaeval tapestry, a torn tapestry, a print of a tapestry, a skull, a dark tapestry and a cremation urn."
According to the Shearbank Barricade Plan, Ranahan Library should be kept extremely heavily barricaded (EHB) at all times.
Nearest entry points are:
Currently Extremely Heavily Barricaded. Currently around 15 people are taking cover in this building and this hasn't changed in the last two weeks. Added by Rayne posted near January 18
From October 21st through 26th, 2007, the Ranahan Library hosted the Quartly Study Group on Tour and was site of the Ranahan Truce, in which the Flowers of Disease agreed to cease their genocide against librarians.
Home of Ranahan Public Radio, and a radio broadcaster in Shearbank.
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