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* [[Abandoned church | Abandoned Church]]: Pilgrim Church, Silver Lake, Los Angeles, California, USA <ref> https://moviemaps.org/locations/3t8 </ref>. (Season 1, Episode 1, "[[Pilot]]" )
 
* [[Abandoned church | Abandoned Church]]: Pilgrim Church, Silver Lake, Los Angeles, California, USA <ref> https://moviemaps.org/locations/3t8 </ref>. (Season 1, Episode 1, "[[Pilot]]" )
* Sunset Triangle Plaza: Sunset Triangle Plaza, Silver Lake, Los Angeles, California, USA <ref> http://www.seeing-stars.com/Locations/FearTheWalkingDead.shtml</ref> (Season 1, Episode 1, "[[Pilot]]" ). Note, this location was one of the first pedestrian plaza's in the city of Los Angeles. It is part of an emerging national trend to to transform underused streets into vibrant, social public spaces.
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* Sunset Triangle Plaza: Sunset Triangle Plaza, Silver Lake, Los Angeles, California, USA <ref> http://www.seeing-stars.com/Locations/FearTheWalkingDead.shtml</ref> (Season 1, Episode 1, "[[Pilot]]" ). Note, this location was one of the first pedestrian plaza's in the city of Los Angeles <ref>http://inhabitat.com/sunset-triangle-plaza-las-first-pedestrian-plaza-conversion-is-now-open/</ref>. It is part of an emerging national trend to to transform underused streets into vibrant, social public spaces <ref>http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/html/pedestrians/nyc-plaza-program.shtml </ref>.
 
* [[Paul R. Williams High School]]: [[WP:Woodrow Wilson High School (Los Angeles) | Woodrow Wilson High School]], El Sereno, Eastside Region, Los Angeles, California, USA <ref>https://moviemaps.org/locations/3t2</ref> (Season 1, Episode 1, "[[Pilot]]" )
 
* [[Paul R. Williams High School]]: [[WP:Woodrow Wilson High School (Los Angeles) | Woodrow Wilson High School]], El Sereno, Eastside Region, Los Angeles, California, USA <ref>https://moviemaps.org/locations/3t2</ref> (Season 1, Episode 1, "[[Pilot]]" )
 
* [[Temple Community Hospital]]: Temple Community Hospital, Rampart Village, Los Angeles, California, USA <ref> http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-hospital-closes-earthquake-retrofit-20140917-story.html </ref> (Season 1, Episode 1, "[[Pilot]]" ). After decades of providing service to the community, it closed due to insolvency.
 
* [[Temple Community Hospital]]: Temple Community Hospital, Rampart Village, Los Angeles, California, USA <ref> http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-hospital-closes-earthquake-retrofit-20140917-story.html </ref> (Season 1, Episode 1, "[[Pilot]]" ). After decades of providing service to the community, it closed due to insolvency.
* Freeway Incident: (See [[Emergency Services]] page) Southbound along Long Beach Freeway (Interstate 710 or I-710) , in approach to westbound direction of the San Bernadino Freeway (I-10) Interchange, East LA, Los Angeles, California, USA <ref>http://www.seeing-stars.com/Locations/FearTheWalkingDead2.shtml</ref> (Season 1, Episode 1, "[[Pilot]]" ). <br> In the United States, the lnterstate designation works as follows: all even numbered roads go East to West, and the odd numbered roads go North to South. Any number prefixed in front of those designations, refers to a road which rings around the metropolitan area of a major city like the I-710 near Los Angeles for example.
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* Freeway Incident: (See [[Emergency Services]] page) Southbound along Long Beach Freeway (Interstate 710 or I-710) , in approach to westbound direction of the San Bernadino Freeway (I-10) Interchange, East LA, Los Angeles, California, USA <ref>http://www.seeing-stars.com/Locations/FearTheWalkingDead2.shtml</ref> (Season 1, Episode 1, "[[Pilot]]" ).<br />In the United States, the lnterstate designation works as follows: all even numbered roads go East to West, and the odd numbered roads go North to South. Any number prefixed in front of those designations, refers to a road which rings around the metropolitan area of a major city like the I-710 near Los Angeles for example.
 
* [[Los Angeles Bridges| Sixth Street Bridge]]: Sixth Street Bridge, Downtown Los Angeles, Los Angeles California, USA <ref>http://www.seeing-stars.com/Locations/FearTheWalkingDead2.shtml </ref>. Note, the bridge was demolished in 2016 due to cited concerns of seismic instability<ref>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sixth_Street_Viaduct </ref> (Season 1, Episode 1, "[[Pilot]]" )
 
* [[Los Angeles Bridges| Sixth Street Bridge]]: Sixth Street Bridge, Downtown Los Angeles, Los Angeles California, USA <ref>http://www.seeing-stars.com/Locations/FearTheWalkingDead2.shtml </ref>. Note, the bridge was demolished in 2016 due to cited concerns of seismic instability<ref>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sixth_Street_Viaduct </ref> (Season 1, Episode 1, "[[Pilot]]" )
 
* [[Venice Beach]]: Venice Beach, Los Angeles, California, USA <ref>http://www.seeing-stars.com/Locations/FearTheWalkingDead2.shtml </ref> According to Google Maps the Beach is less than 20 miles from Downtown Los Angeles (Season 1, Episode 1, "[[Pilot]]" )
 
* [[Venice Beach]]: Venice Beach, Los Angeles, California, USA <ref>http://www.seeing-stars.com/Locations/FearTheWalkingDead2.shtml </ref> According to Google Maps the Beach is less than 20 miles from Downtown Los Angeles (Season 1, Episode 1, "[[Pilot]]" )

Revision as of 14:27, October 3, 2017

6thStreetBridge

Sixth Street Bridge, in Los Angeles (LA)


Season 1

  • Abandoned Church: Pilgrim Church, Silver Lake, Los Angeles, California, USA [1]. (Season 1, Episode 1, "Pilot" )
  • Sunset Triangle Plaza: Sunset Triangle Plaza, Silver Lake, Los Angeles, California, USA [2] (Season 1, Episode 1, "Pilot" ). Note, this location was one of the first pedestrian plaza's in the city of Los Angeles [3]. It is part of an emerging national trend to to transform underused streets into vibrant, social public spaces [4].
  • Paul R. Williams High School: Woodrow Wilson High School, El Sereno, Eastside Region, Los Angeles, California, USA [5] (Season 1, Episode 1, "Pilot" )
  • Temple Community Hospital: Temple Community Hospital, Rampart Village, Los Angeles, California, USA [6] (Season 1, Episode 1, "Pilot" ). After decades of providing service to the community, it closed due to insolvency.
  • Freeway Incident: (See Emergency Services page) Southbound along Long Beach Freeway (Interstate 710 or I-710) , in approach to westbound direction of the San Bernadino Freeway (I-10) Interchange, East LA, Los Angeles, California, USA [7] (Season 1, Episode 1, "Pilot" ).
    In the United States, the lnterstate designation works as follows: all even numbered roads go East to West, and the odd numbered roads go North to South. Any number prefixed in front of those designations, refers to a road which rings around the metropolitan area of a major city like the I-710 near Los Angeles for example.
  • Sixth Street Bridge: Sixth Street Bridge, Downtown Los Angeles, Los Angeles California, USA [8]. Note, the bridge was demolished in 2016 due to cited concerns of seismic instability[9] (Season 1, Episode 1, "Pilot" )
  • Venice Beach: Venice Beach, Los Angeles, California, USA [10] According to Google Maps the Beach is less than 20 miles from Downtown Los Angeles (Season 1, Episode 1, "Pilot" )
  • Diner: Denny's (American Casual Dining Chain Restaurant), Downtown Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, USA [11] (Season 1, Episode 1, "Pilot" )
  • Salazar's Cuts: Downtown Eastside, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada [12] (Season 1, Episode 2, "So Close, Yet So Far")
  • Gabrielinos Plaza : Oceanic Plaza, Downtown Vancouver , Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada,(Season 1, Episode 3, "The Dog")
  • Sisters of Mercy Hospital: Surrey School District Education Centre, Surrey British Columbia, Canada [13] (Season 1, Episode 3, "The Dog")
  • Dodger Stadium: Dodger Stadium, Elysian Park, Los Angeles California, USA [14] (Season 1, Episode 3, "The Dog")
  • Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena: Pacific Coliseum , Hastings Park, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.  (Insert Season Number, Episode Number, Episode Name)
  • Strand home: Ranchos Palos Verdes, Los Angeles County, California, USA [15] (Season 1, Episode 6, "The Good Man")
  • Sunken City: Sunken City, San Pedro, Los Angeles County, California, USA [16] (Season 1, Episode 6, "The Good Man")

Source: https://www.google.com/maps/d/embed?mid=16wxTWOoCMmTMTaqBfyOpZvIFJ0w

Season 2

Season 3

References

  • Please note the references to Season and Episode number is in regards to when it first appeared, not the number of times it appears throughout the series.
  1. https://moviemaps.org/locations/3t8
  2. http://www.seeing-stars.com/Locations/FearTheWalkingDead.shtml
  3. http://inhabitat.com/sunset-triangle-plaza-las-first-pedestrian-plaza-conversion-is-now-open/
  4. http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/html/pedestrians/nyc-plaza-program.shtml
  5. https://moviemaps.org/locations/3t2
  6. http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-hospital-closes-earthquake-retrofit-20140917-story.html
  7. http://www.seeing-stars.com/Locations/FearTheWalkingDead2.shtml
  8. http://www.seeing-stars.com/Locations/FearTheWalkingDead2.shtml
  9. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sixth_Street_Viaduct
  10. http://www.seeing-stars.com/Locations/FearTheWalkingDead2.shtml
  11. http://www.seeing-stars.com/Locations/FearTheWalkingDead2.shtml
  12. https://moviemaps.org/locations/3t6
  13. http://yvrshoots.com/2015/05/shoot-fear-the-walking-deads-fresher-more-human-zombies-at-hospital-set-in-surrey.html
  14. http://www.seeing-stars.com/Locations/FearTheWalkingDead5.shtml
  15. http://www.seeing-stars.com/Locations/FearTheWalkingDead7.shtml
  16. http://www.seeing-stars.com/Locations/FearTheWalkingDead7.shtml
  17. http://www.rosaritobeachhotel.com/rosarito-beach-hotel-
  18. http://www.amc.com/shows/fear-the-walking-dead/cast-crew/lola-guerrero

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