Connery Drive

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Connery Drive

Foulkes Village [4, 87]

the Dudoc Hotel the Feaver Monument Elsworth Square School
the Gullis Museum Connery Drive Rendall Plaza
the Kirwan Museum the Grundy Motel Perrye Towers

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  • This is an empty block, and cannot be barricaded.


Connery Drive in the South-Western suburb of Foulkes Village is named after Scottish actor (and ex-007), Sean Connery. It has a distinctly Scottish feel, including its own micro-climate.

Connery Drive in mid-summer: typically Scottish.


Connery Drive was formerly known as Moore Avenue, but was renamed in Sean Connery's honour after the former James Bond pronounced his deep, abiding love for all things Foulkesy. Nonetheless, for tax reasons, Connery has never lived in Foulkes Village.

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