Owsleybank [2, 43]
A desolate, rarely trafficked street. The potted plants and trees alongside it have grown twisted, and the few cars still parked are all either burnt out wrecks or have been picked apart by scavengers.
It is a bleak place, to say the least.
The street and the buildings surrounding it was in 1968 struck by a disastrous fire, which caused much damage on the area. It was, however, more fortunate than other places - For example, St. Sley's Church was completely destroyed.
Since then nothing important has happened on the street. At all.