Galbraith Hills [46,56]
Once home to the lavish Belrovia Avenue, a jewel in Malton's crown, this now-nearly empty patch of wasteland is all that can be seen of it today. Some of the older residents of Galbraith Hills may remember when two hospitals used to stand side by side on Belrovia Avenue, Moor General Hospital and Crown General Hospital. Both of these institutions, mental health facilities, closed back in the 1960's. Around this time, Belrovia Avenue also became home to the embassies of a number of overseas nations.
By 1998, the whole city block had fallen into ruin, left merely with a row of empty mansions awaiting demolition to put them out of their misery. This came in 2003, when Houldenbank millionaire Thornton Mallett purchased Belrovia Avenue, destroying most of what remained, including both Moor and Crown General Hospitals. These he planned to replace with an unknown new building project, but in March 2004 the project was scrapped for unknown reasons.
Now, most of former Belrovia Avenue is taken up by an abandoned construction site, which has fallen completely into disuse and ruin. Only a few shattered piles of rubble remain where the hospitals and mansion homes once stood.
None. Nothing remains solid enough to be barricaded, and the entire block is now virtually nothing more than an empty field of crushed and crumbling debris.