Bunney Street Police Department
|Bunney Street Police Department
|Bunney Street Police Dept
Stanbury Village [51,51]
A narrow concrete building. Headquarters of the Bunney Street Police Force, Bunney Street PD was an imposing symbol of law and order. Its architecture replicated many of the features of the Norman castle that stood on this spot in medieval times.
Bunney Street PD stands on the historic site of the La Bataille de Lapin en Bois, known to the English as the Battle of Rabbit Wood. Historians dispute whether King Arthur's Knights of the Round Table attempted to breach the French castle that once stood here by means of a Wooden Rabbit, or whether the battle simply took place in a wooded area full of rabbit warrens. What is not in question is that the French were guilty of sickening war crimes, ranging from taunting the English ("empty-headed animal food-trough wipers!"), abusing their parents ("Your mother was a hamster, and your father smelt of elderberries!"), and - most heinous of all - committing gross flatulence in the 'general direction' of the English forces.
In pre-outbreak Malton, the police station was notable for being the place of custody for Wallace, butler to the late Sir Thomas, Lord Wymbourne. Wallace was held here on suspicion of having murdered his master, but died at the hands of his cellmate, 'Smallie' Biggs.
This building is to be kept at VSB+2.
Ruined and 2 zombies inside --Brains With That 00:25, 8 January 2011 (UTC)
Summer home of RRF member Sonny Corleone.
Currently rebuilding for survivors - Joon Sweeney, February 18, 2009
3 zombies located in the Police Dept with 2 survivors - C Whitty, Oct 6th 2008