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Macaulay Library
EthrDemon (talk) 17:26, 27 April 2020 (UTC)
Macaulay Library

Pegton [85, 55]

the Biddescombe Monument the Bennett Building Pattin Square
Whale Road Macaulay Library St. Siricius's Hospital
Dolbridge Street Youngan Boulevard Glynn Bank

Basic Info:

  • Libraries have no internal descriptions.
  • Libraries can be barricaded normally.


The Macaulay Library was popular with local students.

An imposing stone building, formerly home to Macaulay Brown-Mackintosh (1868-1928), a designer and craftsman who was very good with his hands.


The Macaulay is a stimulating place to read, if not very private.

The Macaulay Library is famous worldwide for its massive historical erotica collection, estimated at several million items, ranging from arcane medieval grimoires written on goatskin by monks, to smutty Victorian pamphlets. The finest items are kept in locked stacks in vaults underground, safe from prying eyes and festering zombie hands, which tend to leave hard-to-remove stains on the pages.

It is thought that a number of Maltonites have tried to preserve the collection, albeit piecemeal, by taking documents and secreting them in secure locations elsewhere, e.g. under mattresses, inside brown paper bags, and on the top shelves of mall bookstores which zombies find hard to reach.

Barricade Policy

Current Status

March 18, 2010:Ruined by the RRF. --User:The_ether_bunny

May 13, 2008:VSB, with only one zombie nearby. Suburb is completely safe, with the rare/occasional feral zombie. Survivors are advised to go down to Penny Heights to help reinforce the fighting aganist the horde about to sweep into the area. -Konata Izumi 3:10 pm (CST)

16 July, 2007: At LB++, found doors wide open, no genny, no radio. Zeds from LUE everywhere, Barricades not expected to last. --Bono Landy 11:39, 16 July 2007 (BST)

08 July, 2007 SAFE. --Bono Landy 14:54, 8 July 2007 (BST)

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