St Louis

St. Louis Google Maps – Pre Destruction Day

Population

St. Louis metropolitan area, in 2020, had a population of approximately 3 million people. Current population: Unknown.

Current Condition

Much of the city is heavy with plant growth, but roads are still somewhat passable, although you wouldn’t want to do it in something without all wheel drive or something more flexible, like a motorcycle.

Geography

The expedition forces of Refuge Point have ventured in a rough 10 block radius from Union Station in all directions. This has been a slow, tedious process. Expeditions map out where they have been on the St. Louis paper maps they had on hand and what they have scavenged and what they could not get to. While they have not completely (by any definition) mapped out the area, Refuge Point feels that they have a good sense of the major elements that are nearby them.

North

St. Louis North Map

D.J. knows that there is a wrecked passenger jet in the northern part of St. Louis, near Hyde Park, but it is way outside the 10 block radius.

The town has its eye on the open air plaza/park to the north as a major garden expansion. But expanding defenses would be difficult.

East

St. Louis East Map, Part 1

St. Louis East Map, Part 2

Refuge Point has explored more area to the East than any other direction. The Mississippi River made a good natural stopping point in that direction.

South

St. Louis South Map

South of Union Station runs I-64 and beyond that train tracks and a former industrial park/section, some of which had been converted to restaurants and shops.

West

St. Louis West Map

Immediately west of Union Station is mostly a commercial/industrial mix until you reach Harris-Stowe State University and St. Louis University. Beyond that is Forest Park (a huge city park) and Washington University, a major college. But Refuge Point has not made it any farther than the outskirts of Harris-Stowe.

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