The Donovan Building
|the Donovan Building
|The Donovan Building
You are standing outside the Donovan Building, a small grey-stone building with a spired roof.
There is a mobile-phone mast on the roof of the building.
You are inside the Donovan Building. The building has been completely ransacked, and has fallen into ruin. Cracks in the ceiling have let the rain in, and rust and rot creep across the damaged surfaces. The doors to the street have been left wide open.
In 1992 the Office Building at 1427 Rome Way, in the Chudleyton Downtown Complex, was dedicated to 1960's Singing Sensation 'Donovan'.
The aging musician and family expressed their thrill that the beautiful suburb of Chudleyton would bestow such an honor and were present at the dedication.
The building is just an empty shell of an empty shell now; however it serves the important purpose of telephone tower and refuge for weary travelers between Caiger Mall and the heart of the DMZ the Broadbelt Grove Complex.
EHB, see Chudleyton Barricade Plan.
|This building requires a generator for maximum usefulness.