The Boston fallout shelter list has been published.
At the time of publishing, it was accurate and complete as best as possible and with the data I had. However, I know it is not fully complete. Some buildings and locations could not be verified, or I was not aware that they existed.
In some cases, I knew a building was probably a shelter, but absent any sign evidence or data, I did not list it.
I am actively seeking any further data you might have on shelters in the city. If you attended a school, worked in a building, lived in a building, or frequented a place that you knew was a shelter, please let me know so I can add it. In some cases, a shelter might be listed, but the sign data might not be complete. If you see a shelter listed, but not all the signs are listed (this will often be the case with interior signs, as they cannot be seen from outside), let me know. Pictures are also welcome if you have any or want to take any.
This list took over two weeks to complete, but it was well worth it to me. I’ve wanted for some time to make a list of all the shelters in the city, and in doing so, I’ve discovered many others.
Take some time to look at the list, and if you have any suggestions, comments, questions, or more data, please contact me.
As well, I ask if you use any portion of the data on your own site or for commercial purposes, please credit Fallout Five Zero and/or contact me to let me know.
I hope you enjoy looking. The list of other shelters in Massachusetts will begin soon.
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