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Fallout 76: Stash Box Locations and What’s In Them

In Fallout 76, a Stash Box is a private instanced container that can be used by a player to store any items they want. Unlike other containers, all stash boxes contain the same inventory for each player character.

In Fallout 76, a Stash Box is useful in storing all those valuable spare items you don’t want to carry around with you. Unlike other containers, these are only accessible by individual player characetrs and each one is unique.

Currently, a Stash Box has a weight limit of 800lbs. The limit was previously 400lbs, but was increased to 600lbs in Patch 1.0.2.0 and then to 800lbs in 1.0.0.6. Sadly, perk cards that affect item weight and statistical increases to a player’s carry weight will not affect the Stash Box’s weight limit.

In order to craft a Stash Box, players will need to follow the following recipe at a C.A.M.P. or Workshop.

Wood ( x2), and Steel ( x2)

Stash Box Locations in Fallout 76 On Map

Firstly, Stash Boxes can be found in a number of locations across the northern areas of the map. You can see these below:

These locations include Grafton Station, Sunnytop Station, and the Red Rocket Mega Stop near The Mire.

Stash Box Locations / Credit: Bethesda

Next up, there are a few located in the central areas of The Forest region. These locations can be seen below:

These include the Green Country Lodge, Sutton Station, and the Pleasant Valley Station near the Top of The World.

Fallout 76 Stash Box
Stash Box Locations / Credit: Bethesda

There are also several Stash Box locations in the southern areas of The Mire. These can be seen in on the map below:

These include Stash Box locations at Berkeley Springs, Big B’s Rest Stop, and the Valley Galleria.

Fallout 76 Stash Box
Stash Box Locations / Credit: Bethesda

Across the middle of the map, here are a few more Stash Box locations from the south of The Forest, The Ash Heap, and the top parts of Savage Divide South. You can see these on the map below:

These include the AVR Medical Center, Welch Station, the Mount Blair Trainyard, and the R&G Station.

Fallout 76 Stash Box
Stash Box Locations / Credit: Bethesda

Finally, there are two more locations located in the Cranberry Bog region of Appalachia. These can be seen on the map below:

The two locations shown are the Watoga Station, and the Abandoned Bog Town.

Fallout 76 Stash Box
Stash Box Locations / Credit: Bethesda

To recap, these are the following locations where a Stash Box can be found on top of any placed by characters using the C.A.M.P.:

  • The Overseer’s Camp;
  • Red Rocket Stations, including Red Rocket Mega Shop and Red Rocket Filling Station;
  • Every Train Station;
  • The Whitespring Resort, in the crafting room;
  • The Crater and Foundation;

Please note, each Stash Box is unique to each player character. This means that you won’t be able to transfer items via the Stash Box. Even if you’re trying to swap items between characters created by the same player.

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In addition, the Stash Box inventory will link to any Workbench in Fallout 76. This means any junk stored there can be accessed without removing it from the Stash Box.

Furthermore, if a player equips Power Armour parts to a Power Armour Chassis they can reduce the weight space taken up by the suit. The Chassis will always weigh 10lbs, regardless of what parts are stored on it.

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