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Berkeley Springs Station is a train station in the town of Berkeley Springs, situated in the Mire region of Appalachia.


A part of the long-defunct network of train stations across Appalachia, the station was reoccupied in 2102 by Purveyor Murmrgh, a non-hostile mole miner, to sell her legendary wares. In 2103, the station was briefly abandoned again after the Purveyor relocated her trading post to the Rusty Pick. Not long after, the Free States vendor bot Wallace relocated to the station from its former trade post in Harpers Ferry.[1]


The station is the only station on the Yellow Line, located near Highway 65. It is in an advanced state of disrepair, with the ceiling held up by supportive floor joists. The floor is splintered and below several benches, various detritus, and signs can be seen from above. There is a small bathroom, ticketing terminals, and a vendor area near several shelves in the back. A metal barrel is situated in front of a Red Rocket advertisement, next to a cigarette machine

There is a tinker's workbench along the wall next to the entryway door, next to a second cigarette and punch card machine. The station's interior has cowboy-themed wallpaper. There is an excavator's map on the wall next to a Mothman Museum poster. A stash box is located in the corner underneath a Highway 65 South road sign.

Notable loot


As of the Locked & Loaded update, a punch card machine was added to all train stations.


Berkeley Springs Station appears in Fallout 76, introduced in the Wild Appalachia update.


Post-Locked & Loaded