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woodbury

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The fictional town of Woodbury led by the governor in season 3 of The Walking Dead is actually a small town in Georgia called Senoia. Most of the scenes were shot on Senoia's blocked off Main Street.

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southern baptist church of holy light

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The creepy zombie church from season 2 episode 1. It's actually Bethel United Methodist.

And the seventh angel poured out his vial into the air; and there came a great voice out of the temple of heaven, from the throne, saying, It is done.
– Revelation 16:17

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norfolk southern

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Rick crosses the Nelson St SW bridge (which is restricted to foot traffic) that goes over the train yard when he is entering Atlanta in Episode 1, Season 1 of The Walking Dead.

Nearby in the shot is the Norfolk Southern building, where all of the rooftop scenes with Merle Dixon were shot.

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morgan’s house

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Located down the street from Rick's house is the house where Morgan and Duane are hiding from the zombies. They bring Rick to this location, and later on Morgan spends some time taking potshots at zombies in front of his house.

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rick’s house

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Officer Rick Grimes comes home to this location to find that his wife and son are gone. This location is adjacent to his initial interaction with the zombie girl in Grant Park.

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