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(New page: thumb|right|150px|The Safehouse as seen in ''Liberty City Stories''. The '''Portland''' safehouse in Grand Theft Auto III is the first place the player ...)
 
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[[Image:GTA III safehouse.jpg|thumb|right|150px|The Safehouse as seen in ''Liberty City Stories''.]]
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[[Image:GTA III safehouse.jpg|thumb|right|150px|The safehouse as seen in ''Liberty City Stories''.]]
The '''Portland''' safehouse in [[Grand Theft Auto III]] is the first place the player can save at. It is owned by someone called Eddie and upon escaping police custody, [[Claude]] and [[8-Ball]] use this place to lay low. The safehouse is in an alley in the [[Red Light District]]. In [[GTA: Liberty City Stories]] a [[hidden package]] is found behind a couple of trashcans next to the house-door.
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[[Image:Gta3houseportland.jpg|thumb|left|150px|The safehouse as seen in ''GTA III''.]]
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The '''Portland''' safehouse in [[Grand Theft Auto III]] is the first place the player can save at. It is owned by someone called Eddie and upon escaping police custody, [[Claude]] and [[8-Ball]] use this place to lay low. The safehouse is in an alley in the [[Red Light District]]. In [[GTA: Liberty City Stories]] a [[hidden package]] is found behind a couple of trashcans next to the house-door. The safehouse also includes a garage which can store one vehicle.
  
 
[[Category:Safehouses in GTA III]]
 
[[Category:Safehouses in GTA III]]

Revision as of 19:55, 20 December 2008

File:GTA III safehouse.jpg
The safehouse as seen in Liberty City Stories.
File:Gta3houseportland.jpg
The safehouse as seen in GTA III.

The Portland safehouse in Grand Theft Auto III is the first place the player can save at. It is owned by someone called Eddie and upon escaping police custody, Claude and 8-Ball use this place to lay low. The safehouse is in an alley in the Red Light District. In GTA: Liberty City Stories a hidden package is found behind a couple of trashcans next to the house-door. The safehouse also includes a garage which can store one vehicle.