Anomaly Travels is advertising free trips to an Edwardian town in Myron, with only one caveat – dress the part.
“Locals are shocked when someone arrives ‘out of period,'” said Anomaly Travels. “Best shine the shoes before you go.”
Sightseers and visitors can travel directly (link) to the Town of Philomena, Myron, alongside Route 5. A picturesque small American town set in the years 1910-1919, visitors can shop, eat, stroll the boulevard, or travel be cable car.
The Waterbank Auxiliary has taken a road trip to Coniston, an English style suburb near Langdale (link to Langdale gas and rez spot). Their trip to the charming community was to cross train, though the Coniston Fire Department was away.
“We just took in the sights and drove around,” admitted the WAX fire crew.
A Civil Defense vehicle with a “You Duck, We Cover” paint from Forgier Industries (link)
The Civil Defense gave Infinity Freight a thumbs up after inspecting its Amella facility, judging it to be “stop number 2 after a zombism outbreak.”
The location which is near rail lines is also along Old Route 1, making it central for escape on that continent.
“You’ve got to have access in a a typical FUBAR sit,” said the CD rep we spoke to. “That location has road, rail, and is close to the water. I’d go there.”
Infinity is located in Amella (link). People escaping Zombism are encouraged to bring their own supplies.
Reports from local residents in communities around the world have put a big question to scientists – is the water level rising? Fears over several environmental factors have scientists concerned and some groups are already investigating.
“From our expeditions we have some idea of the depth of the oceans,” said an AERO rep, “but there is a lot more to know.”
A rep from SOCL explained their process. “We started looking at well known oceans, and saw that there was little variation in the levels of the seas. If anything, it was the inland lakes that surprised us. Places like Isla Coral, which is a secluded lake (link), has a depth of 95, and surpasses the Sutherland Abyss (link).”
AERO, Agency for Exploration and Recon Operations, is back and East River insiders are saying that there are late night deliveries coming in through the night for a new facility.
“AERO flatly denies allegations of a secret facility with an alien device,” said Drew, who spoke to us on a garbled cell connection. The call ended abruptly with gunfire and screaming.
“AERO is one of the few organizations that actually fights with the Claw,” a Claw insider told us. “So we’ll see how it goes down.”
A new SLRR guage rail engine has been produced by Infinity Freight, and it’s capable of carrying five cars of GTFO.
Created at the Amella Rail & Road Warehouse in Amella (link), the train can be demoed and inspected by buyers. Also at the location is a full GTFO facility including a gas station on the road level (link to gas).
Adventurous types can follow the tracks to Liquid Python and Lucky Rollers Club, an adult playground with per play options.
Jackson Valley Regional Airport, near Jackson Valley City, altitude 50 may be just a regional field in between some class A airports, but that hasn’t stopped it from becoming a popular place for pilots to gather.
“It really has charm,” said one pilot unpacking a case of Pernod from her YKS-7 at the field (link to pictured product). “I know one guy, Manu, who brought his Camper (link to product in pic) here twenty years ago and never left!”
Jackson Valley Regional Airport can be found at (link to map), and pilots should be aware that the airfield can only accommodate small to medium craft on Runway 30/12, Alt. 50.