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Offline Jarnhamar

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Defensible apocalypse locations around the world
« on: October 28, 2016, 19:06:33 »
Came across a link while surfing SHTF Zombie stuff on Pinterest the internet...

Some interesting defensible locations for SHTF apocalypse living or short lived zombie infestations.  Some you could probably pull off with a sections worth, others I'd suspect you would need a few companies.

Shime Coal Mine - Kyushu, Japan

Tower Kielder Reservoir - Northumberland, England

Flakfortet Fort - Copenhagen, Denmark

Maunsell Forts - Kent, England

French Alps Viewing Area - Chamonix, France

Point No Point Lighthouse - Chesapeake Bay, Maryland

Meteora Monastery - Kalambaka, Greece

Royal Sovereign Lighthouse - Eastbourne, England

Private Residence - Elliðaey, Iceland

No Man’s Land Fort - Solent Strait, England

Moonhole - Bequia, Grenadine Islands

Sigiriya Ruins - Sri Lanka

Mont Saint-Michel - Normandy, France

Belleville Turnpike - North Arlington, New Jersey

Fort Jefferson - Key West, Florida

Monastic Community of Mount Athos

Katskhi Pillar

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Re: Defensible apocalypse locations around the world
« Reply #1 on: October 28, 2016, 20:57:52 »
There's a fire watch tower about 15 km northwest of here I have my eye on if things really go to crap.
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Re: Defensible apocalypse locations around the world
« Reply #2 on: October 28, 2016, 21:43:53 »
Cathcart Tower seems to be my best bet. Zombies can't swim, right?

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