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Canterbury Commons
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Canterbury Commons is a town located on the eastern edge of the Capital Wasteland. It is inhabited by 5 wastelanders and can be found north of Washington, DC, a little north of Vault 108 and southeast of the Temple of the Union.


The exact location of Canterbury Commons is 6 squares south and 1 square west from the Northeast corner of the map. Within the square, it is to the center east.


Canterbury Commons was initially founded by Uncle Roe as a trading hub for the Caravan Merchants.


The settlement is built into what appear to be the remains of a small pre-war town, with the current inhabitants only using a small part of the buildings available. The town's only merchant, Joe Porter, lives in an old Dot's Diner. Adjacent to this building is an old garage which is now home to Dominic and Machete and across the street is Uncle Roe's House which Uncle Roe shares with his nephew Derek Pacion. Behind the old garage a small brahmin stable can be found.

In front of the town to the east is a large circular cul-de-sac where Caravan Merchants appear regularly.



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  • Moira Brown was born in Canterbury Commons, but currently lives in Megaton.[1].(Underworld if you detonate Megaton's atomic bomb.)
  • After the Waters of Life quest, either due to glitch or simple A.I. programming, it is possible to encounter Enclave soldiers (from Rho Camp to the south) up near the Merchants rest point. (At least two confirmed cases on X360)


Canterbury Commons appears only in Fallout 3.


  • After the initial battle between The AntAgonizer and The Mechanist, some of their minions (Ants or Robots) might glitch and be left standing there forever. They do not attack unless provoked but no dialogue will be available between them and the player.


  1. Fallout 3 Official Game Guide



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