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Bailey's Crossroads Metro

world map exits: Bailey's Crossroads
(Red Racer Factory)
quests: Aiding the Outcasts
cell name: DLC02zcBaileysToWasteland
ref id: 01002738

Bailey's Crossroads Metro is a small part of Washington, DC's old Metro system. It inhabited by Feral Ghouls and consists of 1 interior section.

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Exterior

Bailey's Crossroads Metro is located south of the Red Racer Factory. Although the main entrance to the metro from the Capital Wasteland is blocked by rubble, it is possible to enter the metro through a service tunnel nearby.

Interior

The station consists only of a mezzanine with exits to the Capital Wasteland and Bailey's Crossroads.

There is a hidden area on the lower level of the metro. At the bottom of the stairs there is a mound of rubble with crashed trains you can climb over revealing a area with a BB Gun and an asortment of other items. In this area, there is a mannequin of sorts, holding a tray above it's head with some junk items that was being used for practice with the BB gun.

On the east side of the downstairs part, there's a cage where someone was left to die in a brutal way. The six bottles of water surrounding the cage indicates that the person was likely left to die of thirst, the just-out-of-reach bottles being present to taunt them.

Appearances

Bailey's Crossroads Metro appears in the Fallout 3 add-on Operation: Anchorage.

Gallery

Operation: Anchorage (add-on)

This article uses material from the "Bailey's Crossroads Metro" article on the Fallout wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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