Goodneighbor's of the people, for the people, you feel me? Everyone's welcome.John Hancock, the town's mayor in 2287

Goodneighbor, known as Scollay Square before the Great War, is a small town inside Boston in the Commonwealth in 2287. It is inhabited by ghouls, criminals and other people who do not fit in at Diamond City.


Before the bombs fell, this location was known as Scollay Square; a name that can still be seen in the Third Rail on the wall to the right side of the bar. Goodneighbor was founded in 2240 by criminals who were exiled from Diamond City.[1] It can be easily reached from the Mass Fusion building by traveling to the southeast.

The town was once ruled over by a criminal named Vic who was later overthrown by John Hancock. He assumed the role as mayor and took charge of Goodneighbor, running the community under his philosophy "Of the people, for the people." The town has become the home of many drifters from the wastes. However, Goodneighbor is also a hub of crime, which was one of the reasons why a security team called the Neighborhood Watch was established to keep order under Hancock's rule and defend the town from raiders and rival organizations such as the Triggermen and the Institute, among others.

Even with vigilantism encouraged and the presence of the Neighborhood Watch, various criminal activity is commonplace in Goodneighbor, such murder, extortion, and chem peddling. There are two shops near the entrance: Kill or Be Killed run by KL-E-0 who sells weapons, and Daisy's Discounts run by Daisy who sells general items. The Third Rail is the town bar built out of an old subway station and is tended by Whitechapel Charlie.


Goodneighbor occupies Scollay Square and features:


Notable lootEdit

Kill or Be KilledEdit

Daisy's DiscountsEdit

Old State HouseEdit

The Third RailEdit

Memory DenEdit

Hotel RexfordEdit

Related questsEdit


  • The residents of Goodneighbor dress and act like stereotypical mobsters. People in Diamond City say "they come from the pressed suit and tommygun school of thuggery" and "in Goodneighbor two things count, style and body count." A good example of this are the Triggermen, mafia-like groups operating out of secret bases such as Vault 114 in Park Street station. Goodneighbor residents are vehemently opposed to the Institute and show contempt towards the denizens of Diamond City, especially Mayor McDonough.
  • Goodneighbor can also be accessed by the fallen skybridge at the collapsed section by simply jumping down into the city, which forces a loading screen. This can also be done by using the jet pack mod for power armor to jump over the main gate.
  • There are also three locked doors marked "Warehouse" in Goodneighbor. Whitechapel Charlie in the Third Rail offers a quest (after browsing his wares) to clear these buildings of the triggermen inside. All three doors are locked with Novice difficulty. As long as one sneaks into these houses, nobody in Goodneighbor will attack upon leaving.
  • Three Triggermen and the corpse of a drifter can be found in an alley behind Hotel Rexford. The former will start fighting on being approached.
  • Goodneighbor can be exited through the back of the aforementioned alley by climbing to the highest vertical point of the power box and jumping across the trash bins and over the steel wall.
  • If the Sole Survivor brings Piper to Goodneighbor, the Neighborhood Watch will comment [she] "is the dame that writes Publick Occurrences, right? Good Stuff. I always did appreciate good investigative journalism."
  • If the Sole Survivor brings Deacon to Goodneighbor, he will change his outfit to appear similar to the mobsters around the town.
  • Hancock mentions that Goodneighbor used to be run by a man called Vic, and his gang. They used to use the drifters, including Hancock, for their own work. He then goes on to say that him and some of the other drifters attacked Vic and his gang overnight and that he then became mayor of Goodneighbor.
  • If one enters Goodneighbor before joining The Railroad, Deacon can be found wandering around near Kill or Be Killed.


Goodneighbor appears in Fallout 4 and is mentioned in Fallout Shelter.

Behind the scenesEdit

  • In the real world, Mary Goodneighbor was a burlesque performer who was filmed in the Old Howard Theater by Boston's vice squad performing a striptease. This tape was central to getting the Old Howard Theater shut down, marking the general end of the Scollay Square district.
  • In the game, the Memory Den's facade and marquee are based on the Gordon's Scollay Square Olympia Theater, though it is about a block and a half away from where that building was. The proprietor of the Memory Den, Irma, is also named and styled after Mary Goodneighbor, whose stage name was Irma the Body.
  • The Good Neighbor Program is a real world Section 8 housing program in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, so it's possible that it could be the basis for Goodneighbor's name.
  • Scollay Station is actually "State Station," the Old State House was converted to an MBTA (MTA in Fallout's Commonwealth) station that services the Orange and Blue Lines.


  • PCIcon pc Playstation 4Icon ps4 Xbox OneIcon xboxone Bobbi's terminal is inaccessible. Even without collision, there is no way to use the terminal. This prevents the player from opening the nearby safe as it can only be unlocked via Bobbi's terminal. With the console command 'unlock', one can access the safe, though there will be no prompt indicating that the safe exists.[verified]
  • Playstation 4Icon ps4 When entering Goodneighbor, jumping as you open the door can put your character in a suspended jumping motion. You can fix this simply by pulling your weapon out.[verified]
  • Xbox OneIcon xboxone When shooting a Triggerman in the warehouses using VATS with a full critical bar, the whole game may start to glitch and result in a crash. [verified]



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