Map of Southern Boston – Sector 9

Important Locations in Fallout 4 – Sector 9: Southern Boston

The map contains:

1 – Egret Tours Marina: Meet Phyllis here to build a settlement. Find the Wasteland Survival Guide in the nearby garage.

2 – Cutler Bend: Beware of the mirelurks, especially the kings. Find valuable items on the western banks of the river, as well as a chest and safe (master level) on the biggest boat.

3 – Gunners Plaza: The Gunners’ headquarters, with about 30-40 strong enemies. Find the Fat Man, Guns & Bullets magazine, fusion core and Small Guns Bobblehead here.

4 – West Roxbury Station: The metro station controlled by super mutants. Solve a simple puzzle with the metro trains and find ammo, medicines and Tumblers Today magazine.

5 – Shaw High School: The building controlled by super mutants. Use the special key from the school director’s office to access the library on the first floor and find the Unstoppable magazine.

6 – Fallon’s Department Store: The three-storey building occupied by super mutants. Find cash, La Coiffe magazine and over a dozen safes and locked containers here, as well as the Hot Rodder magazine in the nearby garage.

7 – Milton General Hospital: The hospital building controlled by robots. Find valuable items here, including the interesting weapon Syringer in one of the closed (advanced lock) rooms.

8 – Jamaica Plain: The small town occupied by ghouls. Find fusion cores, ammo and medicines here, and access the special “vault” hidden in the town hall’s basement.

9 – University Point: The complex of several buildings controlled by synths and mirelurks. Find medicines, ammo, legendary items, a very good laser rifle and the Tesla Science magazine here.

10 – Hyde Park: The several buildings connected by footbridges controlled by bandits. Find Grognak the barbarian magazine here.

11 – Neponset Park: The several ruined houses occupied by mirelurks.

12 – Atom Cats Garage: The headquarters of the mini-fraction Atom Cats. Complete several short quests and find power armors, fusion core, Hot Rodder magazine and Unarmed Bobblehead here.

13 – Quincy Quarries: The place controlled by a big group of raiders. Find a lot of ammo and several containers (advanced and expert level) here.

14 – Suffolk County Charter School: The school building occupied by ghouls. Find valuable items, including the fusion core, Stealth-Boy, Unstoppable magazine and several safes here.

15 – Murkwater Construction Site: The place occupied by mirelurks (including a queen). Clear the area to build a settlement here.

16 – Wilson Atomatoys Factory: The ruined factory controlled by super mutants, with their leader Big Mack wielding a minigun. Find a fusion core outside the building.

17 – Quincy Ruins: The large area which includes several ruined buildings and is controlled by a group of raiders. Find several legendary weapons, Guns & Bullets magazine, and a lot of ammo and medicines here.

At 18, the Quincy Police Station has only a few raiders in the vicinity.

The Peabody House at 19 is a small residence with two inhabitants.

Controlled by bandits and mirelurks, the Poseidon Energy power station at 20 can be accessed by a pipe from the water side. Inside, valuable items such as the Tesla Science magazine can be found.

The Wreck of the FMS Northern Star at 21 is also controlled by bandits and mirelurks. You can find ammo, medicines, the Tales of a Junktown Jerky Vendor magazine, and the Agility Bobblehead here.

The Warwick Homestead at 22 is a small farm that can be turned into your settlement once you complete a special quest for the Institute.

The map above shows the southern and southeastern part of the world map, which is the ninth sector. The map has icons of locations you can discover while visiting this sector. Each location has its description on the map, and more important locations have their separate pages in the atlas with more information.

Locations of Collectibles

Wasteland Survival Guide at Egret Tours Marina;

Guns and Bullets at Gunners Plaza and Quincy Ruins;

Small Guns Bobblehead at Gunners Plaza;

Tumblers Today at West Roxbury Station;

Unstoppables at Shaw High School and Suffolk County Charter School;

La Coiffe and Hotrodder at Fallon’s Department Store and Atom Cats Garage;

Tesla Science at University Point and Poseidon Energy;

Grognak the Barbarian at Hyde Park;

Melee Bobblehead at Atom Cats Garage;

Tales of a Junktown Jerky Vendor and Agility Bobblehead at the Wreck of the FMS Northern Star.

Locations of Legendary Items

Good Intentions pistol owned by Gunner Clint at Quincy Ruins;

Tessa’s Fist, a unique element of the power armor, at Quincy Ruins;

2076 World Series Baseball bat at Jamaica Plain;

Prototype UP77 “Limitless Potential” laser rifle at University Point.

FAQ

1. What is Sector 9 in Southern Boston?

Sector 9 is a neighborhood located in the southern part of Boston, Massachusetts. It is one of the 17 neighborhoods that make up the city of Boston. It is a residential area that is home to many families, students, and young professionals. Sector 9 is known for its diverse population, vibrant culture, and historic landmarks.

2. What are some of the landmarks in Sector 9?

Sector 9 is home to several historic landmarks, such as the Loring-Greenough House, which is a well-preserved example of colonial architecture. It is also home to the Franklin Park Zoo, which is one of the oldest zoos in the United States. Other landmarks include the Arnold Arboretum, which is a 281-acre botanical garden, and the Forest Hills Cemetery, which is the final resting place of many famous people, including E.E. Cummings and Anne Sexton.

3. What are some popular restaurants in Sector 9?

Sector 9 has a variety of dining options, ranging from casual to upscale. Some popular restaurants include The Haven, which serves Scottish cuisine, The Dogwood, which is known for its craft beers and burgers, and Tres Gatos, which offers Spanish-inspired small plates and live music. Other notable restaurants include Brassica Kitchen + Cafe, which serves farm-to-table American cuisine, and The Frogmore, which specializes in Lowcountry cuisine.

4. What are some outdoor activities to do in Sector 9?

Sector 9 has many opportunities for outdoor activities, including hiking and biking in the Arnold Arboretum and Franklin Park. The Emerald Necklace, a chain of parks that stretches through several Boston neighborhoods, runs through Sector 9 and offers scenic walking and biking trails. The neighborhood is also home to the William J. Devine Golf Course, which is the second oldest public golf course in the country.

5. What public transportation options are available in Sector 9?

Sector 9 is easily accessible by public transportation. The neighborhood is served by several bus routes, including the 39, 41, and 50. The Forest Hills Station, which is a major transportation hub, is located in Sector 9 and provides access to the Orange Line subway and several commuter rail lines. There are also several bike-share stations located throughout the neighborhood, making it easy to get around on two wheels.

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