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Warrington tunnels

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Warrington tunnels
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Connects toWarrington Station
World Map ExitsWarrington Trainyard
Other ExitsNone
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QuestsTenpenny Tower
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The Warrington tunnels are a series of ruined metro tunnels that run between Warrington Station and Warrington Trainyard.

Background

The tunnels are populated by about a dozen feral ghouls, and leads to Roy Phillips and his gang's hideout.

Layout

The tunnels can be accessed from Warrington Station (southwest of Tenpenny Tower) and the Warrington trainyard (west of Tenpenny Tower). From the entrance in Warrington trainyard, the tunnels lead past some radioactive waste before leading into a maintenance area, before going into another tunnel. Down the tunnel, the path splits. The southbound split leads past some radioactive waste to a small closets filled with supplies. The northbound split leads through another maintenance area. Down some stairs is the entrance to Warrington Station.

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Appearances

The Warrington tunnels appears in Fallout 3.