Fort Edmonton Park: 1905 Street

Zombie Apocalypse Survival Tour

Fort Edmonton Park's 1905 Street can provide you with both comfort and security during the zombie apocalypse of Deadmonton: The fire hall features a roof-top lookout tower and safety, while the Henderson Farm provides a comfortable home for both you and livestock.

Need to relax after a stressful day of dispatching zombies? Then find some distractions at the Penny Arcade or head over to Gyro Park, and Memorial Gardens.

Fort Deadmonton's 1905 Street also provides several spots for families to make a home: Tent City, Rutherford House, Firkins House, and more. Look at this overview to find the best spots to head to first.

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What's missing from this Fort Edmonton Park 1905 street overview?

A few spots are missing from this overview, which were left out due to space. They are:

Memorial Gardens: Located below the Fire Hall. The Memorial Gardens, sponsored by the Royal Canadian Legion, is a fountain and garden; a spot to relax, rest, and reflect on all you do have in a world that has changed so much.

Ramsay's Greenhouse:  Take a left just before the Penny Arcade and follow the road to Ramsay's Greenhouse. This building will provide a good spot for growing fresh vegetables over the winter.

Ernest Brown Photography:  Located in the blue building between the Fire Hall and Reed's Bazaar. You will find some clothes to make use of here.

Gyro Park: Teeter-Totters, swings, monkey bars, and more. The Gyro Park is a great place for children to burn off some energy during the warmer months. Also, adults can take advantage of the monkey bars for exercise (pull ups, dips, and such)

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Zombie Apocalypse Survival Tour

Fort Edmonton Park's 1905 Street can provide you with both comfort and security during the zombie apocalypse of Deadmonton: The fire hall features a roof-top lookout tower and safety, while the Henderson Farm provides a comfortable home for both you and livestock.

Need to relax after a stressful day of dispatching zombies? Then find some distractions at the Penny Arcade or head over to Gyro Park, and Memorial Gardens.

Fort Deadmonton's 1905 Street also provides several spots for families to make a home: Tent City, Rutherford House, Firkins House, and more. Look at this overview to find the best spots to head to first.

Images © Google or Landsat

Fort Edmonton Park

Zombie Apocalypse Tour

  • 1905 Street

    Fort Edmonton Park's 1905 Street can provide you with both comfort and security during the zombie apocalypse of Deadmonton: The fire hall features a roof-top lookout tower and safety, while the Henderson Farm provides a comfortable home for both you and livestock.

    Need to relax after a stressful day of dispatching zombies? Then find some distractions at the Penny Arcade or head over to Gyro Park, and Memorial Gardens.

    Fort Deadmonton's 1905 Street also provides several spots for families to make a home: Tent City, Rutherford House, Firkins House, and more. Look at this overview to find the best spots to head to first.

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  • Fire Hall & Town Hall

    Safe, cozy rooms, and a look out tower, good choice for surving in Deadmonton's zombie apocalypse.

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    Fort Edmonton Park's Fire Hall and Town Hall is the only safe house on 1905 street; but it is a serious one, and includes a roof-top lookout tower.

     

     

     

    The top floor of the fire hall resides the town hall. Here you'll find some basic rooms with one very important feature; wood burning stoves for heat and cooking, something necessary for when the power is  gone for good. There's even a few forms of entertainment to be found here.

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  • Reed's Bazaar

    Add a little cheer to you Fort Deadmonton abode.

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    Just because a zombie apocalypse is going on doesn't mean that your current dwelling needs to be as bleak as the future appears to be. Add little touches to make your Deadmonton home your own by visiting Reed's Bazaar on 1905 Street in Fort Edmonton Park.

     

    Here you'll find plants, fancy dishes, wall hangings, decorations, toys, knick knacks clothes, and tea. Reed's will add a little cheer to your abode.

  • Bank of Montreal

    The safe is one of the safest spots in Fort Deadmonton; it resides at the Bank of Montreal on 1905 street

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    The Bank of Montreal, on 1905 Street of Fort Deadmonton, has one main feature that could be a life saver; the steel vault.

     

    Once inside, nothing will be able to open that vault door... including you. So one minor addition should be made to ensure you can take advantage of this building as a safe house...

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  • Post, Law, & Exchange

    Post Office, Law Office and the Telephone Exhange on 1905 Street of Fort Edmonton Park

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    The Post office building, with its steep narrow steps to the upper floor, and strong exterior doors, makes this building an almost perfect spot to call home. A few simple additions would make this building  even more safe and comfortable.

     

    Inside you'll find wood burning stoves for heat (the one in the Telephone Exchange doubles as a stove), you can also communicate with other buildings from here through the park's own communications network.

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  • St. Anthony's Church

    Part school, part church. St. Anthony's Church in Fort Edmonton Park

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    St. Anthony's Church and School is a spot you could consider making a home in as long as the park was completely secured.

     

    It's small windows could be blocked, and the doors could be reinforced, but the materials to do so would best be used to shore up the all-brick building safe-houses.

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  • Penny Arcade

    Get your mind off the dead for a moment in Fort Edmonton Park's Penny Arcade

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    The 1905 Street Penny Arcade & Shooting Gallery is a great spot for entertainment and to get your mind off the zombie apocalypse in Deadmonton.

     

    Those massive front windows and weak doors are a problem though--you shouldn't have to die just to have a little fun--you'll definitely want to remedy those points so you can truly relax for a an hour or two.

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  • Masonic Hall Museum

    Masonic Hall Fort Deadmonton

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    While the Masonic Hall had a great little cafeteria when Deadmonton was still Edmonton, most of the cooking appliance will not work post-electricity.

     

     

    Those large, front windows are an issue as well. However, the upstairs museum can easily be used as living quarters, but a source of heat will be needed in the winter.

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  • Firkins House

    Fort Deadmonton: Firkins House - 1905 Street

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    The Firkins House on 1905 Street of Fort Edmonton Park is a great spot for settling a family. You have all the comforts of home here: wood burning stoves, heat via coal burning furnace, steam radiators, and entertainment.

     

     

     

    What makes this a great family home though, is the upstairs nursery and children's room, with a good assortment of toys, games, and books.

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  • Tent City

    Comforts of home... in a tent!

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    CAUTION: While Tent City, of Fort Edmonton Park, provides many comforts, what it doesn't provide are security and safety. However, if the park is currently secure, then don't hesitate to make your home on this part of 1905 Street.

     

     

     

    Each tent has a wood stove for both heat and cooking, a bed, storage area, and access to a hand pump for water.

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  • Rutherford House

    Rutherford House Fort Edmonton Park 1905 Street

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    Rutherford House is a lavish home, with all the luxuries of its era. However, the large, vulnerable, ground-level windows need attention, lest they succumb to the ceaseless pounding from zombies.

     

     

    You'll find some means for entertainment in this home: piano, books, toys, and sporting equipment. As well as the all important wood-burning stoves and centralized coal-burning furnace.

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  • Church of St. Michael's

    Anglican Church of St. Michael & All Angels Fort Edmonton Park

    The Anglican Church of St. Michael & All Angels has a few features that make it not a bad choice to reside in; windows are high, entrance has two sets of sturdy doors, and a wood burning stove. There's even an outhouse next door.

     

    However, unless it is absolutely needed as a residence, this building could be left as its intended, as a place to pray for the lost as well as the survivors.

  • Henderson Farm

    Henderson Farm Fort Edmonton Park 1905 Street

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    The Henderson Farm on 1905 Street has the usual entertainment and luxury options that other homes of Fort Edmonton Park have, with the included benefit of a hand-pump in the kitchen, allowing access to water without having to leave the home.

     

     

    Along with this, is the bonus of a large barn to keep livestock protected from zombies that may stray into the park.

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