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The Vault - Fallout Wiki
The Vault - Fallout Wiki
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Map MarkerNuka-Station
Connects toNuka-World access tunnels
QuestsTaken for a Ride
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TerminalsNuka-Station Information Terminal

Nuka-Station is the Metro terminal for Nuka-World.


This old monorail terminal has been converted into a brutal gauntlet over the years of raider occupation. Anyone wanting to enter the town proper needs to prepare themselves for some heavy troubles on the way in.


The Gauntlet is straightforward and brutal. A staircase to the east leads down into the challenge rooms.

  1. The first room is filled with eight turrets (six laser and two conventional), requiring either brute force or Stealth Boys; there's no way to circumvent the room. Use the wall on the left as cover.
  2. The second room is filled with trip wires connected to flamethrowers, explosives, and shotguns. Watch the floor and disarm any weapons to survive, or pick the Master-lock on the left side of the entrance. One navigates through another hallway up the stairs before arriving at three doors: there is an rigged grenade bouquet on the right, a monkey in the center (playing the dirge), and the way through on the left.
  3. The radiation trap is the last challenge; radiation maxes out at 25 rads per second, giving one only 40 seconds at most to navigate through without protection. The Expert-locked exit needs to be picked open or unlocked with the rusty key behind the divider in the southwest corner.
  4. Beyond this is a slope that descends into the Nuka-World access tunnels.


Nuka-Station appears only in the Fallout 4 add-on Nuka-World.