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Order up or forever hold your damn mouth shut.— Whitechapel Charlie

Whitechapel Charlie is a unique Mister Handy and the bartender of the Third Rail in 2287.


The barkeep of the Third Rail, Whitechapel Charlie can be distinguished by the fact that he sports a few elements from the pre-War Great Britain. He is programmed to have an alternative Cockney accent, wears a bowler and has the flag of the country, the Union Jack, stamped on his chassis. Charlie is employed by John Hancock, who owns the Third Rail, and hired a singer, Magnolia, to perform at the bar.[1]

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

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This character is essential. Essential characters cannot be killed.
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This character starts quests.

The Cleaner

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This character is involved in quests.
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This character is a merchant. Bottle cap 233
Sells: drinks, food, junk, shipments of glass (25)




Whitechapel Charlie has unique interactions with companions if the player character brings them along to the Third Rail.


Whitechapel Charlie appears only in Fallout 4.

Behind the scenes

  • Charlie's name is a reference to Whitechapel, a location in the East End of London. This is corroborated by Whitechapel being within the area that the Cockney accent originates, explaining Charlie's use of it. The region is most famous for housing the infamous serial killer Jack the Ripper.
  • When he is persuaded in The Cleaner to give 400 caps as the reward (Hard speech check), his quote "A Right Kick In The Alberts" is a reference to Royal Albert Hall located in London, England and is an example of what's known as Cockney Rhyming Slang. In this case, "Alberts" is slang for "testicles".


  1. Sole Survivor: "So Hancock's the owner?"
    Whitechapel Charlie: "That's right. Owner and mayor of this whole bloody town. Trust me, never get on his bad side. Oh... and stay clear of his bodyguard."
    (Whitechapel Charlie's dialogue)