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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
*The dam was named after [[Adam Cochrane]], who worked as a 3D artist during the production of Grand Theft Auto III.
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*The dam was named after [[Adam Cochrane]], who worked as a 3D artist during the production of Grand Theft Auto III and San Andreas.
*The dam's structure bears a resemblance between the real life Hoover and Grand Parana dams.  
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*The dam's structure bears a resemblance between the real life Hoover and Grand Parana dams.
  
 
== Gallery ==
 
== Gallery ==

Revision as of 07:13, 30 January 2013

Cochrane Dam, as seen in Grand Theft Auto III.

The Cochrane Dam is a large hydroelectric dam located in the northwest corner of Shoreside Vale in Liberty City, which appears in Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto Advance, and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories.

Description

The dam is one of Shoreside Vale's most recognizable landmarks. A road runs along the top of the dam, linking the two halves of Shoreside Vale, two intake towers are connected to the top of the dam via walkways, and the lower section of the dam includes the generator building and several shipping containers. The lower section is accessible via a one-land track. An M-16 spawns at the dam's helipad. A Shotgun spawns somewhere near the generator building.

In Grand Theft Auto III, the dam features prominently in the final story mission The Exchange, in which the protagonist, Claude, kills dozens of Colombian Cartel gang members and their leader Catalina in a showdown on the lower level of the dam.

Influence

The Cochrane Dam desing is similar to the New Croton Dam in Westchester, New York as other dams, but their main based is Bayonne, New Jersey.

Trivia

  • The dam was named after Adam Cochrane, who worked as a 3D artist during the production of Grand Theft Auto III and San Andreas.
  • The dam's structure bears a resemblance between the real life Hoover and Grand Parana dams.

Gallery