Warehouse 98,53

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Warehouse 98,53
EHB, unlit
Danger Updater MDUDC 12:49, 24 December 2018 (UTC)
a warehouse

Dentonside [98, 53]

Shadwick Place Horler Crescent Hollwey Place
Hebditch Library a warehouse wasteland
Simplicius General Hospital the Hawtrey Museum Rowbotham Walk

Basic Info:

  • Warehouses can be barricaded normally.


History

This warehouse was built in the late 80s as a storage place for alcoholic beverages before being abandoned in the early 90s and taken over by the homeless community. Eventually like the other two Warehouses in Dentonside a small firm based in Dentonside, Malton took over and stored shipping crates for other companies in Malton. During the first few hours of the outbreak the building was secured by the firm by padlocking the main and side entrances shut before the remaining workers of the firm left Malton while they could. This only worked for a limited time as survivors gained entry by using various tools such as heavy duty bolt cutters or just hammering the lock off. Inside lay shipping crates full of useful hand tools, a small amount of generators, building equipment and even some useless washing machines, microwaves, toasters and ovens.

The warehouse before the Outbreak


Barricade Policy

According to the current Dentonside Barricade Plan this building is to be kept at EHB levels!

Current State

News

  • January 21 st, 2009: Dentonside Power no longer claims responsibility for the security of this building.

Sorry for any inconvenience. --Badwolf robotics--talk-Dentonside Power- 16:47, 21 January 2009 (UTC)

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