Fort Deadmonton 1905 Street and 1920 Street overview are now complete
Fort Deadmonton, the guide to surviving a zombie apocalypse by utilizing Fort Edmonton Park, is now updated to include a full overview of 1920 Street and 1905 Street. Next, will be to focus on the 1885 Street overview, where some great buildings reside for finding defensive weapons, creating items to further secure buildings and spots to raise livestock.
New additions to 1920 Street of Fort Deadmonton
While most of the overview for 1920 street was already in place, a few spots were left out of the original page. Also, note that this part of the zombie apocalypse survival tour has a part two, as this road stretches quite a ways within the park. Here is what is new to the page:
- Silver Heights Peony Garden - Great spot to grow vegetables
- Blatchford Field Air Hanger - Temporarily house a large group of survivors, or utilize in winter as an indoor playground
- Tom Thumb Miniature Golf Course - Take your mind off of zombies for a couple of hours
- Ukrainian Bookstore - Music, books clothing, and one of the scariest-looking defensive weapons in the park
New additions to 1905 Street of Fort Deadmonton
1905 Street has so many new additions, that not all are added in the overview itself; space and loading times just does not allow for them. However, you will find a brief blurb about those buildings at the bottom of the page. Also, any building that is important to surviving at Fort Deadmonton, will have its own "details" page whether it is in the overview or not.
Here is what is new on the 1905 Street overview:
- Firkins House - All the comforts of home, and a great spot for settling a family
- Tent City - Perhaps not the safest spot to set up home, but it will keep you comfortable
- Anglican Church of Michael & All Angels - Best kept as a house of prayer
- Henderson Farm - Comfort, access to water indoors, outhouse, wood stove - good spot to live
Here is what's not included in this street's overview, but is mentioned on the page:
- Memorial Gardens - A spot for reflection
- Ramsay's Greenhouse - Grow food during the winter
- Ernest Brown Photography - Selection of clothing
- Gyro Park - Place to play and exercise
The Fort Deadmonton overview provides a glimpse into how to make use of the streets of Fort Edmonton Park to help survive a zombie apocalypse. It's always good to prepare, and remember, the past could be the key to your future.
* Please note that Deadmonton.com is in no way affiliated with the City of Edmonton, the Fort Edmonton Foundation or Fort Edmonton Management Company. Fort Deadmonton attempts to look at the park in a new perspective, and enjoy it from a different angle, while also providing a bit of history on the buildings and items contained within Fort Edmonton Park.