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Warrington Station

connects to: Warrington Tunnels
Metro Access & Generator
world map exits: Warrington Station
other exits: none
cell name: WarringtonStation02
ref id: 00016DA1

Warrington Station is a ruined subway station underneath Warrington in the south of the Capital Wasteland. The entrance to the Station is located Southwest of Tenpenny Tower. The other, underground end of the station leads directly into the Warrington Tunnels. Following the Tunnels will lead directly to the Warrington Trainyard.



Warrington Station may be locked. The key can be obtained by killing Roy Phillips or by entering the Warrington Tunnels via the Warrington Trainyard west of Tenpenny Tower. The Trainyard is slightly irradiated, so pack plenty of Rad-X and Rad Away or an Advanced Radiation Suit.


Warrington Station is home to ghouls Roy Phillips, Michael Masters and Bessie Lynn and some nasty feral ghouls.

Notable loot

  • Big Book of Science on the desk next in the room with the door to Metro Access & Generator.
  • Pugilism Illustrated in the sleeping quarters. To find it, walk straight towards where Michael Masters usually sleeps. Turn left and the book is on the shelf inside a crate. Taking it will result in karma loss.
  • One Nuka-Cola Quantum hidden between some metal boxes around the middle of the Ghoul's sleeping quarters. To the right of the bunk bed with two metal crates on it.
  • Dean's Electronics in the room just past the Ghouls' sleeping quarters. After you speak to Roy, walk towards the door closer to where Michael Masters sleeps. Go past one room after that into a storage room (lit by a red light) and the book is on the shelf with a stepladder besides it.

Related quests


Warrington Station only appears in Fallout 3.


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