Ruins Of Long Island
Owner US Federal Government Established N/A
Purpose Ruins
Status Illegally Inhabited

What remains of Long Island past the Ruins of Queens long ago returned to nature. Though Long Island is a verdant ruin, it is not uninhabited. Staunchly independent civilians have chosen to make a home off the grid in the wild reaches of Long Island’s parks and forests, living as many of them had since before the end of the war. There is no law enforcement out here, nor is there any appreciable infrastructure. Perhaps that's why it hasn't turned into the haven of criminal activity Staten Island has become, or perhaps always was. Military and industrial assets along the island are in varying states of ruin, including the old Fort Hero installation.

Ruins Of Long Island


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