Kinch Heights

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Suburb of Kinch Heights
Greentown Tapton Kempsterbank
Dartside Kinch Heights West Grayside
Williamsville Buttonville Wyke Hills
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Kinch Heights's location in Malton

Resource buildings in Kinch Heights

Latest EMR:
z: ~0i: **-
p: BSep 06

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Phone Mast: (43,86)

The Eden Museum


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Known groups in this suburb:
— Survivor Groups —
  • Only scattered survivors...
— Zombie Groups —
  • Only feral zombies...
— Hostile Groups —
  • Only freelance killers...

Key buildings in Kinch Heights:

Malls: none
NecroTech Buildings: 3

(41,82) (45,85) (41,86)

Police Departments: 1
Hospitals: 3
Fire Stations: 6
Bulletin Boards: unknown
Others: Schools 3, Churches 5, Auto Repair 2, Railway Stations 1
Suburb Number: 85

Kinch Heights is a suburb of Malton, located in the south central part of the city. Prior to the outbreak, Kinch Heights was an idyllic if slightly dysfunctional suburb. Nearly all of its buildings are constructed from sturdy wood. Though pleasant to look at, Kinch Heights has historically been the location of several terrible fires. As a result, there are no fewer than six fire stations in the area, built to preserve the suburb from the blazes that so easily sparked to life. In the southeast areas of the suburb is a large green tract of land on which four majestic churches are built. There are four fire stations erected adjacent to the churches and their graveyards - the protection of these landmarks was of the utmost importance.

In contrast, the northwest area of Kinch Heights was once a lively business district, catering to both the blue and white collar sectors. When the day was done, many workers would migrate to Noyce Arms to down a few before heading back home.

Crime, aside from juvenile mischief, had never been much of a problem in the mostly residential areas of Kinch Heights, so life at the Milverton Place Police Department had been relatively uneventful until the outbreak. Currently, it serves as a gathering place for anyone needing a place to sleep and eat.

The local radio frequency is 26.15 MHz, survivors are asked to tune in for the latest.

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This user or group and the rest of Kinch Heights would like to extend a warm welcome to you!

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Recent News

Please: recent news at the top (signed & NPOV). Old news can be archived.

March 28th

I'd like to personally thank whoever keeps the Milverton PD (not to mention every other building I've come across) unenterable. If I wake up a zombie, it's on you. -- User:WhiteRhinoPSO 01:37am, 28 March 2009 (UTC)

i will be traveling through kinch heights soon, maybe 2 night or 2 morrow. If you want to meet me somewhere we could travel together.

If you ever seek refuge again, the Witt Towers are open about 95% of the time. Right now it isn't for security purposes, but that should blow over in a day or two.--CJ 06:14, 29 March 2009 (BST)

March 16th

25.96 MHz: "... leaving Kinch Heights, counted a couple of dozen outside ... mostly just small groups ... lights are on across the suburb ... infrastructure looks intact too ... the Luscombe Building is being held ..." -- Kittithaj 16:58, 16 March 2009 (UTC)

March 7th

OK, OK people of Kinch Heights there's been a rumor going around that the Witt Tower Boys aren't around any more well let me tell yall this; that's just dumb! we've all been here we just dont go much west of Milverton and not much south of St. Christopher. were even spreading to western West Greyside. but at the same time I'm flattered to know that our efforts to stay low-key are working pretty well.--CJ 04:51, 8 March 2009 (UTC)

March 3rd

NecroWatch reported from The Luscombe Building, The Nevill Building, and The Sharman Building today. Scans revealed a total of 25 zombies within scanning range of the three facilities, though only 4 of these were within the boundaries of Kinch Heights, with the majority of zombies in southern Greentown and Tapton. There are 6 zombies gathered at the Ikiff Motel, 3 at a factory adjascent to Ikiff, 2 at the Chaffin Building, and 5 at the Francois Arms. Other zombies were in pairs or single, posing no significant threat to survivor activities. ~ extropymine Talk | NW | 4Corners 19:03, 3 March 2009 (UTC)

Update: NecroWatch reported again from the Luscombe Building. Additional zombies have moved into the scanning range of that facility. The scan showed 2 zombies at the Chaffin Building, 4 at the Ikiff Motel, 6 at the factory near Ikiff, 4 at the Francois Arms, 3 at the Glossop Building, 2 at Malpas Street and 3 at the cemetery revive point to the southeast of Luscombe. ~ extropymine Talk | NW | 4Corners 22:21, 3 March 2009 (UTC)

March 2nd

After weeks with no sightings Shining Crest Mercenary Co., U.S. ARMY INFANTRY, Witt Tower Boys, God Hates Survivors and Kayla's Little Angels have been removed from the suburb.--Lois talk 10MFH 22:41, 2 March 2009 (UTC)

Barricade Policy

As of the 8th of June the Urban Guerillas have created a barricade policy for Kinch Heights, in order to help restore it to its former status before the appearance of disruptive citizens. Discuss this feature on its discussion page.

Suburb Map

The Malton Suburb of Kinch Heights
wasteland a factory the Hartland Building Harmsworth Bank Kemp Walk Lambourn Walk Fire Station Dirkinson Drive Edridge Auto Repair Geard Avenue Steeds Park
the Charbonnier Museum the Glossop Building a carpark Newell Avenue a carpark Shaw Road Ravenhill Plaza School Glover Library Cudworth Square Holbrook Drive
Canter Towers the Luscombe Building Burdekin Way Malpas Street Rather Library Burrowes Avenue Eadie Drive Pavey Street Witt Towers Gleeson Square Fire Station
Haddock Walk the Noyce Arms the Pouncy Building the Burston Monument Sanford Crescent Urban General Hospital Club Steager Sanderson Road Boshier Walk the Lovering Monument
Winmill Library the Henning Hotel McMullen Drive Pilcher Avenue Samways Walk Railway Station Milverton Place Police Department a junkyard Crawley Park Shaw Park Sykes Grove
Bugden Avenue the Grimley Motel St. Aloysius's Church a cemetery
Kebby Way School the Nevill Building Troake Road Vile Crescent Davies Way Club Sroud
Taylour Lane the Sharman Building Hendrich Towers the Eden Museum Tulk Grove a carpark
Vranch Walk Whitemore Boulevard Gibbes Drive Fire Station St. Felix's Church
Doble Way Club Veysey Pitman Grove St. Hubertus's Hospital Newbury Street Michel Square Honeybone Boulevard Fire Station St. Aidan's Church the Lethbridge Museum St. Pontian's Church
the Somers Monument Burrows Walk McNally Crescent School Gane Square Haine Auto Repair Finlay Cinema Giverd Drive Fire Station St. Christopher's Church a cemetery a cemetery
Crover Walk a carpark St. Agatho's Hospital the Ensor Motel Durie Walk the Swanborough Museum a warehouse Nelmes Walk Fire Station the Serrell Hotel Feldstein Bank
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