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This location features rusted cars stacked in such a way that resembles Stonehenge. It also has a throne made out of a leather seat placed in a central car husk, surrounded by tires; it can be sat in by the player character. It is the site of an assault-type random encounter. There is another car, apparently not used in the structure, discarded outside of the circle nearby. There is only one lootable container here, a large toolbox. A Cult of the Mothman totem can be found on some rocks to the southwest.
This Carhenge appears only in Fallout 76.
Behind the scenes
- Carhenge is a reference to the real world location of Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England. Another Carhenge previously appeared in Fallout 4, near Walden Pond.
- Palace of the Winding Path. This Carhenge did not have its own listing in the Fallout 76 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide. It was replaced by the Sacrament with the Wastelanders update; some of the Sacrament's fortifications include the cars that were previously part of Carhenge. Previously, there were two Carhenges in Fallout 76. In addition to the location near Bailey family cabin, there was also a smaller Carhenge (with no throne) northeast of the
- Fallout 76 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide, p.413: "Savage Divide (Zone A) - Secondary Locations
11. Car Henge Amid the high mountain forests, someone has erected a circle of half-buried cars. What fresh demonry is this?"