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The Third Rail is a bar located in a repurposed subway station. The bar is owned by John Hancock, the mayor of Goodneighbor, but is tended by a Mister Handy with a cockney accent named Whitechapel Charlie.
A singer named Magnolia performs frequently in the Third Rail, making it one of the only places in the entire Commonwealth with live entertainment.
MacCready, a potential follower, can be found here.
The Third Rail is a subway station, initially there's a small area with a bathroom to the right and the bouncer Ham. Down the stairs there's the bar, off to the right there's a back room.
- Barnes and Winlock pay a visit to MacCready the first time one visits the establishment.
- Cedric Hopton when he is not in Warwick homestead.
- Ham the doorman.
- Magnolia the singer.
- MacCready in the backroom.
- Multiple drifters.
- Whitechapel Charlie
- Edward Deegan when he is not in Bunker Hill, Cabot House or Dugout Inn.
- Live & Love issue #6 (+5 Damage and Energy Resistance for companions), upon entering the Third Rail, to the right into the restroom, the last stall on top of the back end of the toilet.
- One Nuka-Cola Quantum and two Nuka Cherry bottles, both owned, on the bar behind Whitechapel Charlie.
- Gwinnett pils recipe holotape on the same bar.
- Bill's letter - Taken from Cedric Hopton
- Emogene Takes a Lover - Whitechapel Charlie and Magnolia can help the player find Emogene Cabot.
- The Cleaner - After taking a look at Whitechapel Charlie's sales screen, the Sole Survivor can ask the robot for work.
- The Silver Shroud - One needs to ask Whitechapel Charlie to know where Kendra is hiding.
The Third Rail appears only in Fallout 4.
Behind the scenesEdit
- There is in fact a subway station (a.k.a. a "T" stop) below the Old State House in Boston. As the blue tile on the walls indicate it's a stop on the Blue Line (but instead of being named Scollay Square it's actually called simply "State"). In real Boston, the State T Station is a stop on the Blue and Orange Line.
- The term "Third Rail" is used by railway workers to call the conductor rail found on electrified railway lines such as those found in subways.
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