MacKlin Park

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MacKlin Park

Dulston [93,5]

Duport Avenue Silley Plaza Parrott Towers
the Whitlock Building MacKlin Park the Gouger Arms
Bruorton Drive Heddington Walk Railway Station Thornhill Alley

Basic Info:

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

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MacKlin Park is a small public park located in the suburb of Dulston. A lone clock tower, which was built between 1917 and 1919, overlooks the park. Of historical note, the clock itself was constructed by convict James Oatley, whose sons later built the Oatley Bank. Of course since the "Malton Incident" the clock tower has fallen into disrepair and stopped working. The southwest corner of the park contains a reconstructed replica of the original Whitlock farmhouse, as well as a small exhibit on farming of the time.

Survivors cannot barricade this location and searching yields next to nothing. As such, survivors should avoid this location or keep an eye out for zombies who may choose to congregate here. The days of playing in the sun and cooking hotdogs on the barbeque have long since passed.

In August 2008 survivors associated with NecroWatch setup a satellite relay dish on the tallest hillside in the park, running cables back to the Fortress of Science. The exact purpose of the satellite is unknown, but it has been largely ignored by the local zombie population. From time to time the satellite dish has been spotted active, scanning the skies for some unknown satellite and then, after humming loudly for several minutes, goes silent again.