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The Parsons Creamery is a location in the Commonwealth in 2287.

BackgroundEdit

Before the Great War, this creamery was providing milk for the Medford area of Boston and was part of the Little Cobb Creamery collective.[1]

LayoutEdit

From the road south of the building climb the hill to the creamery and follow the flat bed trailer to the warehouse's main doors. Upon entering the building, there is a basketball hoop, with a gangster cutout behind it and a basketball on the ground, next to the fire. There is nothing notable on the northern side of the room, but if one takes the short steps up the left hand side, there is an Advanced locked safe in the office on the left.

Proceeding up the stairs the first floor, there are a couple of crates and barrels on the left. Turning around from here, one can see some planks set parallel to the stairwell leading to where the main pipe feeds out of the building. Follow the planks and climb over the pipe to the platform on the eastern wall. Here one will find several toys, a mattress and a skeleton as well as an ammo box and a tool case in the southeast corner.

Turning south from here, there is a gap in the wall leading out onto the roof. There is a row boat directly in front of the Sole Survivor. In the bow of the boat there are three fragmentation grenades, a fishing rod, two milk bottles and a cooler. Turn west and follow the edge of the building round to the north roof, where a Novice locked wooden crate can be found with a leveled rifle set on top.

Related questsEdit

NotesEdit

  • To the north of the creamery there is a gully running east-to-west with a rusted metal trailer in the north west fork, containing a green steamer trunk.
  • The raiders don't appear to spawn into the game until the Special Delivery quest is accepted, leaving it uninhabited until that point.
  • A deathclaw may spawn near the factory.

AppearancesEdit

The Parsons Creamery only appears in Fallout 4.

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Fallout 4 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide, p.276