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The Old Granary burying ground is a small cemetery near the Massachusetts State House. It consists of a small section with several rows of headstones, many of which are toppled. An obelisk in the center rear is the most prominent, with the name "Franklin" on it. Just outside is a parked bus. Feral ghouls wander around the cemetery and in the bus.
"The Granary Burying Grounds were established in 1660 - making it the oldest surviving burial ground in Boston. Many famous Revolutionary War heroes were buried here including: John Hancock, Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, and the victims of the Boston Massacre. In 2031, after the tragic death of Emilia Butler, the city council voted unanimously to have her remains interred here."
- Third stop on the Freedom Trail.
- The metal plate under the name "Franklin" seems worn flat, with no legible words.
- It has a Freedom Trail seal, which marks the code "2: A."
- The plaque outside mentions that several famous American revolutionaries are buried at the site.
- There's a dead Gunner with a duffelbag and 10mm pistol next to him.
The Old Granary burying ground only appears in Fallout 4.
Behind the scenesEdit
- The Franklin obelisk does not mark the grave of Benjamin Franklin, but rather his parents.
- The real-world Granary Burying Ground is vastly larger, and judging by the size comparison of Park Street Church to the southwest, it would appear that the large brick building with the billboard for Back Bay Bowling was built on top of half of the original cemetery.