Background[edit | edit source]
This busy, modern, and well funded bank was being robbed on Saturday, October 23, 2077. On that morning, twp masked gunmen stormed the building killing the patrons and employees where they were. In the scuffle they destroyed the Protectron, however in the fighting their explosives they were going to use to open the new vault went off, killing them. In the ensuring chaos of the Great War this location was abandoned and forgotten. It lays untouched two hundred and ten years later.
Layout[edit | edit source]
The bank was quite compact, with the main chamber squeezed into the historical buildings of the Fens. The main chamber contains the teller counter, a bathroom, and cubicles for bank personnel and clients. Behind the counter lies the partially collapsed restricted area. The vault can be opened by way of the Master-level terminal. Inside are gold bars, stacks of pre-War money, and sixteen safes for use by the bank's customers.
Notable loot[edit | edit source]
- Four gold bars inside the vault.
- Twenty stacks of pre-War money in the vault.
- Two gas masks with googles lying at the faces of the robber skeletons.
- Two 10mm pistols at the sides of the robber skeletons.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Bridgeway Trust appears only in Fallout 4.
- Fallout 4 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Collector's Edition p.444: "[9.06] BRIDGEWAY TRUST
Enter this bank and have a go at hacking the safe room door (Master). It isn’t easy, but once you’ve used the terminal to open the security door, you can ransack a new kind of vault. Aside from the gold bars, the following wall safes are accessible (along with the number of safes of each type):
* Wall Safe (Open): 1
* Wall Safe (Novice): 5
* Wall Safe (Advanced): 5
* Wall Safe (Expert): 3
* Wall Safe (Master): 2
(Fallout 4 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Map)