The Nuttall Museum
|The Nuttall Museum|
|The Nuttall Museum
The Nuttall Museum originally held collections not only of stuffed animals but also of mathematical oddities, in honour of children's TV presenters Terry Nutkins (Animal Magic) and Johnny Ball (Think of a Number), donated to Malton by Blue Peter editor Biddy Baxter. The presenters' names were combined to give the Museum its title. (The proposal that it be called the Nut-Ball Museum was rejected.)
Sadly, while the stuffed animals were left alone by the zombies, the braininess inherent in the mathematical oddities (such as a display of Pi calculated to a million decimal places, and some fascinating fluid dynamics equations) rendered them surprisingly palatable to the undead visitors. As a result, only the stuffed animal exhibits remain for curious post-outbreak tourists to admire.
VSB, per the Pimbank Barricade Plan
This building is an entry point in order to get into Tynte Mall.
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