The Singer Building

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MalTel
The Singer Building
(Phone Mast)

Galbraith Hills [45,55]

Club Chappell Larcombe Plaza Grace Grove
the Gush Monument The Singer Building
(Phone Mast)
Gorham Place Railway Station
a factory Donne Library wasteland

Basic Info:

  • Multi-story housing blocks. Windows can be jumped from to turn a character into a zombie.
  • Towers have no internal descriptions. Some towers, like Lerwill Towers in Greentown, have mobile phone masts mounted on them.

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The Singer Building
EHB, unlit
Danger Updater MDUDC 13:46, 11 August 2017 (UTC)


Description

The Singer building in Galbraith Hills was the home to WMTN TV7 NEWS and was broadcasted to all of Malton proper. The Singer building is 22 floors, with seven separate studios to shoot the various programs, a garage for the mobile news team, two satellite dishes, and a radio transceiver on the roof. The building also hosts two sound stages that was rented out for the general public, and was the home for the Galbraith Hills public access station. WMTN TV 7 NEWS.jpg

Barricade Policy

NecroWatch

Now considered this suburb's Scout Point for NecroWatch. As this suburb has no NTs, a composite scout report can be made from this location and posted on the page for this suburb to the benefit of all. If you are interested in continuing the scout report, especially during times of zombie seige, please contact NecroWatch--Dr Mycroft Chris 22:13, 2 May 2009 (BST)

Current Status

I came back with a gennie but it was already caded up with a generator. I refueled the generator and the Mobile_Phone_Mast up and running again. Thank you nameless patron. Dr Marty 16:13, 10 December 2010 (HST)

History

The Singer building was built in the 1970’s and was built with (then) cutting edge electronics for the WMTN TV7 NEWS station in order to upgrade it for transmissions to all of Malton. The building was named after Joseph Singer, the benefactor that provided the majority of financial backing for the WMTN TV7 NEWS in its early days.

In the late 1990s, the building was gutted and new fiber optic lines was installed in order to prepare the building for the new millennium. Satellite dishes were installed in order to easily communicate with the mobile reporters and enable live broadcasts from remote locations.



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