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Berkeley Springs station is a location in the town of Berkeley Springs in the Mire region of Appalachia in 2102.

BackgroundEdit

A damaged building part of the long-defunct network of train stations across Appalachia. Once collapsed and boarded up, 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, vendor bot Wallace relocated to the station from his former trade post in Harpers Ferry[1].

LayoutEdit

The station is similar to other train stations in Appalachia but is laid out a bit differently. There is a small bathroom, some ticketing terminals, a stash box, and the vendor area, which is where Purveyor Murmrgh once resided, near several shelves in the back. Underneath the floor is a tunnel. The station is also in poorer condition than most, without any lighting and a more decayed ceiling. There is also a tinker's workbench along the cracked walls.

Notable lootEdit

The Rusty Pick Reopens! - Note, pinned on the ticket counter with a pickaxe.

AppearancesEdit

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

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ReferencesEdit

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