Shackleville Barricade Plan

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This is the Barricade Plan for the suburb of Shackleville.

This diagram shows what levels buildings should ideally be barricaded to in order to provide protection in the form of Extremely Heavily Barricaded buildings, whilst designating entry points in the form of Very Strongly Barricaded buildings. Please note this plan indicates the preferred levels of barricades, and not the current levels.

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This barricade plan is under review for compliance with the Uniform Barricading Policy. Comments on this plan may be left here.


50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59
60 Finnerty Auto Repair
Jarrett Towers
a factory
wasteland
a warehouse
Carye Drive
Dugan Way
the Geake Building
Batting Way
Chalderwood Bank
60
61 Calvert Grove Railway Station
Wilcox Crescent
Lunn Lane
a junkyard
Pardoe Grove
Lucy Cinema
Club Skardon
Ashcroft Library
Doben Square
the Keane Museum
61
62 the Rayfield Building
wasteland
Milne Library
Club Vicary
Rush Way
Lewington Street
Sletery Row
Doman Park
Hemore Auto Repair
Burnley Way
62
63 a junkyard
the Stanbury Monument
RP
Club Cummings
Potter Park
the Baskcomb Museum
Grey Library
MPM
Oliver Alley
Dimond Lane School
Denty Walk
wasteland
63
64 the Elcomb Building
Grizel Plaza
Rodgers Boulevard
Dinsdale Auto Repair
Swithun General Hospital
the Williames Building
Hickey Square
RP
Brocbury Alley
Bengefield Towers
Elliot Alley
64
65 the Walter Building
Passco Avenue School
Copp Avenue
RP
the Dodd Monument
Dempsey Lane Fire Station
the Horsey Museum
Harkness Auto Repair
a factory
Heath Drive
the Bowle Museum
65
66 a factory
Doig Road Fire Station
Brickenden Grove
Langmead Way
Clarkson Lane Fire Station
the Raymond Building
Maybee Cinema
the Duggan Building
Carder Row School
the Rickard Building
66
67 a carpark
Broadbery Square
Clark Row Railway Station
Luckwell Plaza Police Department
wasteland
Swaffield Plaza
RP
the Attle Building
Nash Alley
Gilles Drive
a warehouse
67
68 Parris Square
Whittle Street Railway Station
Club Goodenough
Henstridge Avenue
Empson Alley
the Charlesworth Hotel
Raggett Plaza
St. Anselm's Church
Plumley Alley
the Willcox Motel
68
69 Snelgrove Walk
St. Helier's Church
Sweatman Walk Police Department
Gazzard Way
a junkyard
Macaulay Cinema
Terrell Cinema
a cemetery
RP
Vines Plaza School
Dedeystere Square
69
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LEGEND
Extremely Heavily Barricaded Very Strongly Barricaded No Barricades
Auto Repair Shops Hospitals Other (non-TRP)
Factories and
Power Stations
NecroTech Buildings Unbarricadable
Forts and Malls Police Departments
MPM: Mobile Phone Masts RP: Revive Points

About

The center of the suburb, consisting of the area containing pretty much all the TRPs (Swithun, Raymond and Luckwell) are kept at EHB++ by pretty much all groups in the area. Clarkson Lane Fire Station is the commonly accepted entry point, kept at VSB++, providing direct access to the NT, police station and Dempsey Lane Fire Station, Swithun and Harkness Auto Repair are just one step further, giving all commonly needed resources safely with just one entry point. On a similar note, the Free Running corridor to Woodroffe Mall in the east is also kept at high barricade levels.

The reason for this is that Shackleville is relatively limited in resources (1 hospital, 1 NT), but on the outskirts of Greater Ridleybank, and thus home to frequent Zombie invasions. Low-level survivors would simply be better off traveling south to Kempsterbank, with its staggering six hospitals.

The Shackleville Barricade Plan was originaly created and proposed by Capt. Brian McStay of MFD using the Uniform Barricading Policy, recommendations of the Malton Fire Department and comments from the community in June of 2006. All survivors are urged to assist the MFD and its allies in ensuring that barricades remain at designated levels. Do not overbarricade! The life you save may be your own.

The Barricade plan was updated to better reflect common practices in the suburb by Grungni 11:09, 16 October 2009 (BST)

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