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Hub City Auto Wreckers is a small fortified area controlled by the Gunners. In the back there is a crane that can be lowered to access the upper overpass via a terminal in the central elevated shack.
- Fat Man on Captain Bridget, a named Gunner on the northern side of the broken highway.
- Heavy combat armor, full suit of heavy combat armor, except right arm, on Captain Bridget.
- Power armor, on an unnamed Gunner commander that replaces Bridget if she is dead.
- Combat armor helmet as a placed item. Found in the central building on a desk adjacent to the crane control terminal.
- Missile launcher, in the train coach south of the map. There are two doors to get on the coach, one of which has a trap.
- Kidnapping - A group of Gunners can take up residence in this location after they have kidnapped a settler. The Sole Survivor is required to come here and free the settler.
- Quartermastery - Possible location given by Scribe Haylen. The Flux Sensor is located in a truck at the far end of the overpass, next to a bed and a radio.
- The Gunners are generally hostile to anyone who isn't them, this includes caravans that occasionally pass by the place resulting in a firefight. Entering the yard usually triggers such an exchange.
- Captain Bridget can be found at one end of the nearby overpass (accessible by lowering the gangplank via a terminal). She is armed with a Fat Man launcher. Besides her right arm, she uses a full set of heavy combat armor, no matter what level you are, making her a good target to attack early in game.
- The Gunners may occasionally use the Brahmin near Finch's Farm as target practice.
- There is an unnamed terminal on the overpass that marks Dunwich Borers, Revere Beach station, and Longneck Lukowski's Cannery on the map.
- One of the terminals makes mention of a "Lone Wanderer". A billboard advertisement in the scrapyard describes a motorcycle with the brand name Lone Wanderer, and multiple motorcycles found throughout the Commonwealth bear the brand name on their sides. No other details are given to indicate if this is in reference to the protagonist of Fallout 3. However, given that the protagonists of each Fallout title are typically referred to as Lone Wanderers, it is possible that this is an homage or reference to them all.
- A wrecked car forming a ramp to the car wall, from a low roof to the north side, allows the player character to bypass the heavily guarded entrances.
- Hub City Auto Wreckers can also be a place to rescue a kidnapped settler, even if the NPC mentioned 'raiders'.
The Hub City Auto Wreckers only appears in Fallout 4.