Fort Edmonton Park: 1920 Street

Zombie Apocalypse Survival Tour

1920 Street, of Fort Edmonton Park, provides plenty of opportunity for surviving a zombie apocalypse. Here you'll find the original Mellon Farm, without which, Fort Edmonton may not be the haven for survival it is today.

But what's the point of surviving if that is all you're doing? Fort Ed's 1920 Street has many ways to let your mind escape the shambling horrors outside the park's fence: A bookstore, theatre, miniature golf course, garden, even a 1920s midway, and a model train yard that runs along 220 ft of track.

Fort Deadmonton's 1920 Street provides a place to not only survive, but live.

Images © Google or Landsat

There is still a "Part 2" for 1920 street, as it runs over a large section of Fort Edmonton Park. Part 2 will be added after the 1885 Street and Fort Edmonton overview pages are completed.

Here is what 1920 street, part 2, will have:

Motordrome: Where to buy, repair, and store cars in the 1920s.

1920s Midway and Exhibition: Rides, games, and more.

Exhibits Building: Home to a candy store with some great selections of candy from the past. As well as the carving workshop, where the carousel horses are made from concept to finished product.

Streetcar Barn: Edmonton Radial Railway Society restores and maintains classic streetcars within this large building, which features a great selection of tools for working with wood and steel.

Freight Shed: A replica of a typical 1920s Freight Shed. Now it houses the Edmonton Model Railway Association's 220 foot track model train display.

 

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1920 Street, of Fort Edmonton Park, provides plenty of opportunity for surviving a zombie apocalypse. Here you'll find the original Mellon Farm, without which, Fort Edmonton may not be the haven for survival it is today.

But what's the point of surviving if that is all you're doing? Fort Ed's 1920 Street has many ways to let your mind escape the shambling horrors outside the park's fence: A bookstore, theatre, miniature golf course, garden, even a 1920s midway, and a model train yard that runs along 220 ft of track.

Fort Deadmonton's 1920 Street provides a place to not only survive, but live.

Images © Google or Landsat