Wasteland 61,60

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Tollyton [61,60]

Brabner Square
Alaway Row
Mist Cinema
Dean Lane wasteland St. Oswald's Church
the Bryant Building Sweetapple Park the Starr Monument

Basic Info:

  • A wasteland is an empty city block, not even containing streets.
  • This is an empty block, and cannot be barricaded.


A desolate, rather unremarkable wasteland near the Woodroffe Mall. The lack of any fencing makes it useless to survivors.


The poet TS Eliot visited Malton. Ironically, while suffering a nervous breakdown.

TS Eliot made a largely unknown trip to Malton in 1919. He happened to drive past this wasteland, and was struck by the forlorn look of the place, which matched his own depressed feelings at the time. It was April, and looking at the puny tulips beginning to blossom on the edges of the mud, beaten down by the drizzling rain on that day, he said, "April is the cruelest month..." which later became the first line of the famous poem known as "The Waste Land." Unfortunately, Malton and this wasteland never received the credit due for inspiring one of the great poems of the 20th century.

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