Background[edit | edit source]
A few settlers till the sands on this archipelago, planting gourds and waiting for some form of protection from raiders further into the city.
Settlement information[edit | edit source]
The settlement is surprisingly large for a simple gourd farm; its boundaries extend north to the street and bridge, down to the waterfront and just past the fenced in garden. The majority of sands on this beach can be plowed for agriculture or dug for wells, but the open water to the west can also be used for large scale water production. The settlement also has lot of washed-up junk that can provide decent amounts of steel, wood, rubber and concrete for use in constructing more shelter. The region of this beach is moderately dangerous, so raids are rather common, but at least it can only be attacked from three sides.
Layout[edit | edit source]
This small beachfront community between East Boston and Fort Strong overlooks the derelict Boston Airport. There is a single shack that houses a few beds, with a chemistry station, cooking station, and settlement workshop adjacent to it. To the southeast is a small gourd farm.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Nordhagen Beach appears only in Fallout 4.