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- Det. Perry's holotape and Mass. Pike tunnel password - In the storage room, next to a sitting skeleton.
- Fusion core - In a generator near the entrance from the Boston Police rationing site.
- Mini nuke - In an irradiated room. It's in the hole in the wall on the eastern side of the room.
- Nuka-Cola Quantum - two at the top of the ladders south of the the Mass Pike Tunnel West entrance.
- Sgt. Reise's holotape - Also in the storage room.
- Taboo Tattoos issue #1 - On the floor in a room near the entrance from the Boston Police rationing site.
- Vault-Tec lunchbox - Under a bench with 4 teddy bears near the entrance from Mass Pike Tunnel West.
- Nine active fragmentation mines
- Nine teddy bears in different positions when entering the tunnel from Mass Pike Tunnel West.
- Over 100 pieces of aluminum can be found here, mostly as aluminum cans.
- Cleansing the Commonwealth - This is one of the locations Knight Rhys will ask to cleanse of its inhabitants.
- Diamond City's Most Wanted - This is one of the locations to be cleared for the Diamond City bounty-board.
- Ghoul Problem - This is one of the locations to be cleared for the Minutemen.
- Quartermastery - This is one of the locations Scribe Haylen will ask you to retrieve technology.
- Leading by Example - This is one of the locations Lancer Captain Kells will ask you to clear of hostiles while accompanied by a Brotherhood squire.
The Mass Pike Tunnel only appears in Fallout 4.
Behind the scenesEdit
|The following is based on unverified behind the scenes information and has not been confirmed by canon sources.|
This location's real world counterpart, the Ted Williams Tunnel, carries the Massachusetts Turnpike (Interstate 90) and connects the neighborhood of South Boston with Logan International Airport.
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