Salvage Row

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Salvage Row

Stanbury Village [56,56]

Beacham Cinema the Dann Hotel the Batson Museum
the Sertin Building
(Phone Mast)
Salvage Row Club Bartin
Skemp Road a factory the Sprackett Building

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.


Do not give money to beggars on this street: they want your brains.

A narrow lane, always in shadow thanks to the factory to the south. It connects the rear entrances of the the Batson Museum and the Dann Hotel, and was once the main way to get to Club Bartin.


Salvage Row, often nicknamed 'Savage Row', is infamous as the place where Campbell Mac Dougall was murdered during a fight over a bar tab (his miserliness was legendary, and he had refused to pay for his round). Campbell's body parts were found the next day in 27 different places along the Row, and they had to be carefully sewn together before he could be buried.

During the 1970s, 80s and 90s the Row was often thronged with Club Bartin's patrons: from punk, to Goth, to House and finally grunge, the Club was the heart of Stanbury Village's music scene. Depending on the decade's drug of choice, the Row was a scene of speedfreaks, blissed-out E poppers, and finally heroin addicts. The attire and attitude of the grunge crowd merged seamlessly into that of the current zombie crowds.

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