The Pitney Building

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The Pitney Building
EthrDemon (talk) 09:00, 24 January 2020 (UTC)
the Pitney Building

Houldenbank [93, 65]

St. Willibrord's Church Caldecott Library the Owsley Building
a warehouse the Pitney Building the Meacham Motel
Knoyle Walk Hemmings Auto Repair the Kitting Museum

Basic Info:

Description

A plaque on the door proudly proclaims, "Certified Nuclear Fallout Shelter" but judging by the look of this old building, it would probably crumble if you blew on it too hard.

History

The building was once owned by a small magazine company, known as the Pitney Press. They only delivered magazines at select locations within the span of a few blocks, and to be frank, they weren't very popular or well known. Since they were so small, they didn't need a factory or a warehouse for their goods. All their goods were stored and produced in the basement. Their magazines were centered around sporting goods gear, but since there is very little wilderness in the area, citizens took no interest in their products. About two months before the outbreak, the business had to close down entirely and leave the building. It didn't take long for the already decrepit lot to fall into decay. At the beginning of the outbreak, everybody looked to that building, seeing it as an isolated place to hide. But many realized too late that the homeless that often found shelter inside were some of the most susceptible to the infection.

Barricade Policy

Keep EHB according to the Houldenbank Barricade Plan. Entry points should be south at Hemmings Auto Repair and northwest at St. Willibrord's Church.

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