Shearbank Barricade Plan

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This is the Barricade Plan for the suburb of Shearbank.

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.

If you wish to discuss alterations to this plan, please use the talk page.

If you need to edit the barricade plan, go to Template:Shearbank Barricade Plan. If changes are made, please be sure to also edit the Barricade Policy section of the page for any buildings affected.

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Ubpicon1.gif UBP-Compliant Barricade Plan
This barricade plan is compliant with the Uniform Barricading Policy. This plan was last reviewed on October 14, 2009.


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20 Honeycombe Drive
Nurton Walk Fire Station
Chenery Cinema
Edmund General Hospital
Nulty Lane
Dunham Way
Holroyd Bank
Club Bu
the Sowler Monument
a junkyard
20
21 Hatchard Road
Rodford Plaza
a warehouse
Allder Row
RP
Ranahan Library
Farrant Crescent Police Department
a factory
a junkyard
Giffard Square
the Gabe Building
21
22 the Fifield Motel
a junkyard
wasteland
the Whippey Building
St. Christopher's Church
a junkyard
Borde Bank
Club Williames
Greedy Street
Grandfield Walk
22
23 St. Luke's Cathedral
the Bridle Museum
Stickling Mall
Stickling Mall
wasteland
Lessey Lane Police Department
Bryan Walk
Cleall Walk
a carpark
Hambeln Alley
23
24 St. Luke's Cathedral
Slatter Crescent
Stickling Mall
Stickling Mall
Hulme Park
Deanesly Park
Keedwell Plaza School
MPM
the Soper Motel
Aslin Crescent
St. Herman's Church
24
25 the Mallows Building
Lord Road
the Dundas Building
Owsley Crescent Police Department
MacGilvray Alley
Polden Way
Lazarus General Hospital
Clewlow Drive
Belben Lane
the Newnam Motel
25
26 the Derrington Building
Robey Avenue
Meaker Lane Fire Station
Chalderwood Way
wasteland
the Thorne Arms
Krinks Boulevard
Denmead Walk School
Gay Avenue
a factory
26
27 Fritz Lane
the Parkinson Hotel
the Stacey Monument
Borrer Street Police Department
Abrahall Auto Repair
Male Way
RP
the McMahon Motel
Club Pengelly
Waddon Crescent
wasteland
27
28 Upham Auto Repair
Manuel Towers
the Sartin Monument
RP
Sage Avenue
the Eford Motel
the Nisbet Building
St. Athanasius's Church
Pledger Alley
Bridell Square
wasteland
28
29 wasteland
Josaphat General Hospital
the Turner Building
a factory
the Rush Building
the Fitkin Hotel
Gajewski Avenue
a warehouse
the Pratt Building
Leigh Library
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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

  • Every Fire Station, Hospital, Church and Museum in the suburb should be accessible from the street (VSB+2). If you get into trouble outside, head towards any one of these buildings and you should be able to get indoors.
  • Owsley Crescent and Lessey Lane Police Department's should both also be accessible from the street and safe to head to in an emergency. However, Borrer Street and Farrant Crescent PD's should both be EHB as they are both very close to the other PD's.
  • All NT buildings are EHB except Gabe in the NE. If you are a new Necrotech Employee without Free Running and you need access to Necrotech facilities, head to Gabe. The more experienced survivors can gain access to the other NT facilities via their adjacent buildings.
  • The junkyard adjacent to the Fifield Motel should be kept at Wide Open.
  • All other buildings in the suburb should be barricaded EHB with only two exceptions:
  • Leigh Library in the SE corner where an active lending service is being maintained even during the crisis
  • Holroyd Bank in the NNE where you can still apply for a very low-rate loan (offer open to brand new customers only)
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