The George Arms
|The George Arms|
|the George Arms
Lukinswood [24, 41]
Good old fashioned Honkey-Tonk. There's a special parking lot outside (the sign over the lot dangles from the post twists in the wind - HOG PEN) just for motorcycles. The inside is beat up and worn and smells strongly of tobacco. This was clearly a popular place before the outbreaks, though evidence of the pre-outbreak violence of the patrons is everywhere - patched walls, badly battered bar, etc.
There is a small stage, enclosed by a wire mesh cage. A side room contains several pool tables. The central feature of the main gathering area is a mechanical bull. There's a jukebox too, but the songs are all country/western. A stuffed steer's head over the bar and cowboy memorabilia all over the walls complete the look.
No power, loosely barricaded, two zombies outside. User:Pyxzer/sig 09:04, 6 January 2010 (UTC)
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