Fort Deadmonton

Zombie Apocalypse Survival Tour

Fort Edmonton Park. 64 hectares (158 acres) of fenced land: fully furnished homes, coal burning furnaces, wood burning stoves, wells for water, outhouses, traps from the fur-trade. Barns filled with livestock. Fertile lands for planting. Plus stocked stores, for hardware, clothing, weapons, etc. And we haven't even mentioned the Fort yet...

Use Deadmonton's street by street, and building by building guide, on what Fort Edmonton Park has to offer to help you survive the zombie apocalypse of Deadmonton.

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Zombie Apocalypse Survival Tour

The Park

Safe Houses

1920 St

1905 St

1885 St

The Fort

Fort Edmonton Park. 64 hectares (158 acres) of fenced land: fully furnished homes, coal burning furnaces, wood burning stoves, wells for water, outhouses, traps from the fur-trade. Barns filled with livestock. Fertile lands for planting. Plus stocked stores, for hardware, clothing, weapons, etc. And we haven't even mentioned the Fort yet...

Use Deadmonton's street by street, and building by building guide, on what Fort Edmonton Park has to offer to help you survive the zombie apocalypse of Deadmonton.

Jasper Place and Hotel

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AGT Telephone Exchange

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Fire Hall and Town Hall

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Transformer Hut

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Fort Edmonton Park Safe-Houses

Safe buildings to run to should the park be overrun by zombies. Some offer more benefits than others, but all are impenetrable by beings with dead minds and uncoordinated limbs.

 

Know how to find these safe-houses; it could save your life.

1920 Street

2 brick safe houses, a farm house with coal-burning furnace and water pump, entertainment in the theater and mini-golf, blunt-force weapons for dispatching zombies, hotel with comfy rooms and fully stocked kitchen.

 

You can live comfortably on this Fort Edmonton Park street as you wait for the zombie apocalypse to end.

Visit 1920 Street

1905 Street

Brick firehouse with look-out tower, houses with outhouses and coal-burning furnaces, entertainment in the penny arcade, livestock and stable, tents with wood-burning stoves, commercial-grade kitchen.

 

There are many reasons to make your home on 1905 street, of Fort Edmonton Park, during the zombie apocalypse. In depth details of each building, and what it has to offer the survivor, is coming soon.

Visit 1905 Street

Hardware store with many blunt-force weapons which can also be used as tools. Carpentry shop. Small hotel with full kitchen, rooms, and wood-burning heaters. Clothing and toy shops. There's even a jail to lock yourself into for a safe, sound sleep. And finally; cows, sheep, pigs, chickens, and the barns to keep them safe in.

 

1885 street, at Fort Edmonton Park, is the place to go to outfit yourself with weapons, clothes, and safe lodgings, and is also the closest street to the best safe house of them all: The Fort.

 

In depth details of each building, and what they have to offer, is coming soon.

More info coming

1885 Street

Fort Edmonton

  • Outhouses
  • Ice House
  • Meat preparation stores
  • Clay bake oven
  • Many living quarters
  • Horse stables within walls
  • Windmill
  • Large mess hall (Clerk's Quarters)

Fort Edmonton is the ultimate safe-house: Twenty foot high walls made from tree trunks (palisade), four, thirty-five foot high towers located in key spots for defending the fort, blacksmith shop for creating zombie disposal weapons. Plus the following:

 

Thirty-seven foot watchtower that overlooks the fort's gardens and crops, and to easily spot approaching zombies from a distance.

 

2100 square foot, Rowand House, with bedrooms, kitchens, wood burning stoves. Even rifles with bayonets.

 

Clothing made of furs, weapons, traps, cookware, and much more.

More info coming

Images © Google or Landsat

Zombie Apocalypse Tour

  • Fort Edmonton Park

    Fort Edmonton Park. 64 hectares (158 acres) of fenced land: fully furnished homes, coal burning furnaces, wood burning stoves, wells for water, outhouses, traps from the fur-trade. Barns filled with livestock. Fertile lands for planting. Plus stocked stores, for hardware, clothing, weapons, etc. And we haven't even mentioned the Fort yet...

    Use Deadmonton's street by street, and building by building guide, on what Fort Edmonton Park has to offer to help you survive the zombie apocalypse of Deadmonton.

  • Safe Houses

    Jasper Place and Hotel

    More info coming

    AGT Telephone Exchange

    More info coming

    Fire Hall and Town Hall

    More info coming

    Transformer Hut

    More info coming

    Fort Edmonton Park Safe-Houses

    Safe buildings to run to should the park be overrun by zombies. Some offer more benefits than others, but all are impenetrable by beings with dead minds and uncoordinated limbs.

     

    Know how to find these safe-houses; it could save your life.

  • 1920 Street

    2 brick safe houses, a farm house with coal-burning furnace and water pump, entertainment in the theater and mini-golf, blunt-force weapons for dispatching zombies, hotel with comfy rooms and fully stocked kitchen.

     

    You can live comfortably on this Fort Edmonton Park street as you wait for the zombie apocalypse to end.

    Visit 1920 Street

  • 1905 Street

    Brick firehouse with look-out tower, houses with outhouses and coal-burning furnaces, entertainment in the penny arcade, livestock and stable, tents with wood-burning stoves, commercial-grade kitchen.

     

    There are many reasons to make your home on 1905 street, of Fort Edmonton Park, during the zombie apocalypse. In depth details of each building, and what it has to offer the survivor, is coming soon.

    Visit 1905 Street

  • 1885 Street

    Hardware store with many blunt-force weapons which can also be used as tools. Carpentry shop. Small hotel with full kitchen, rooms, and wood-burning heaters. Clothing and toy shops. There's even a jail to lock yourself into for a safe, sound sleep. And finally; cows, sheep, pigs, chickens, and the barns to keep them safe in.

     

    1885 street, at Fort Edmonton Park, is the place to go to outfit yourself with weapons, clothes, and safe lodgings, and is also the closest street to the best safe house of them all: The Fort.

     

    In depth details of each building, and what they have to offer, is coming soon.

    More info coming

  • The Fort

    • Outhouses
    • Ice House
    • Meat preparation stores
    • Clay bake oven
    • Many living quarters
    • Horse stables within walls
    • Windmill
    • Large mess hall (Clerk's Quarters)

    Fort Edmonton is the ultimate safe-house: Twenty foot high walls made from tree trunks (palisade), four, thirty-five foot high towers located in key spots for defending the fort, blacksmith shop for creating zombie disposal weapons. Plus the following:

     

    Thirty-seven foot watchtower that overlooks the fort's gardens and crops, and to easily spot approaching zombies from a distance.

     

    2100 square foot, Rowand House, with bedrooms, kitchens, wood burning stoves. Even rifles with bayonets.

     

    Clothing made of furs, weapons, traps, cookware, and much more.

    More info coming

Images © Google or Landsat

 

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