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|Players||3 to 5|
I am calling this edition v2.1, because GMT says "Second Printing" on the box cover and "Second Edition" on the rules. It is basically the same as v2 (their first printing) with the addition of two new private companies, Boomtown and Little Miami.
|Independent railroad certificates||2||-|
|Map board with stock market||1||Mounted 6-panel fold-out|
|Money||$12,000||See below for the bank sizes (which depends on the number of players)|
|Player order cards||5||-|
|Priority deal card||1||-|
|Private company certificates||10||-|
|Private company tokens||6||-|
|Public company certificates||63||7 sets of nine|
|Public company charters||7||-|
|Spare tokens||21||3 for each company should they buy privates that offer extra tokens|
|Stock market markers||7||-|
|Tiles||120||49 yellow, 44 green, 23 brown, 4 grey|
|Private Companies||Company Group||Full Name||Face Value||Revenue||Notes|
|Big 4||-||Big 4||$40 + $60 debt||-||Comes with a 2-train and a token in Indianapolis (F8)|
|C&WI||-||Chicago & Western Indiana||$60||$10||-|
|MS||-||Michigan Southern||$60 + $80 debt||-||Comes with a 2-train and a token in Detroit (B15)|
|LSL||A||Lake Shore Line||$40||$15||-|
|MC||A||Michigan Central||$40||$15||Blocks hexes B10 and B12|
|O&I||A||Ohio & Indiana||$40||$15||Blocks hexes F14 and F16|
|BT||B||Boomtown||$40||$10||Comes with 2 $20 Boomtown tokens|
|MPC||B||Meat Packing Company||$60||$15||Comes with 2 $30 Meat Packing tokens|
|SC||B||Steamboat Company||$40||$10||Comes with 2 Port tokens|
|TBC||B||Tunnel Blasting Company||$60||$20||-|
With 3-players, randomly remove three group A companies and three group B companies.
With 4-players, randomly remove two group A company and two group B company.
With 5-players, randomly remove one group A company and one group B company.
|Public Companies||Company Group||Full Name||Presidency||Other Certificates||Home Hex||Reserved Hex||Station Tokens||Notes|
|B&O||-||Baltimore & Ohio Railroad||20%||8 x 10%||Wheeling
|GT||-||Grand Trunk Railroad||20%||8 x 10%||Port Huron
|IC||-||Illinois Central Railroad||20%||8 x 10%||Cairo
|NYC||-||New York Central Railroad||20%||8 x 10%||Erie
|C&O||C||Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad||20%||8 x 10%||Huntington
|Erie||C||Erie Railroad||20%||8 x 10%||Salamanca
|PRR||C||Pennsylvania Railroad||20%||8 x 10%||Homewood
With 3-players, randomly remove two group C companies.
With 4-players, randomly remove one group C company.
|Zones||Starting value spaces for public companies|
|View it here:||1846 Stock Market|
|Game Map||Clear Hexes||1 Town||
|The total count of individual items will usually exceed the total number of hexes shown. This will be due to hexes that contain multiple items, such as towns and cities in off-board areas and fixed locations.|
|Clear||Where tiles with plain track may be laid. May include hexes with pre-printed track.|
|1 Town||Where tiles with a single town (no station token space) may be laid.|
|2 Towns||Where tiles with two towns (no station token spaces) may be laid.|
|Cities||Where tiles with station token spaces may be laid, or where stations printed on the board may be upgraded. Does not include 'OO' hexes.|
|'OO'||Yellow hexes where green tiles designated as 'OO' tiles with two separate station token spaces may be laid.|
|Off-Board||Static, where trains may run to off-board areas, typically with values that vary according to the phase of the game.
Usually includes fixed locations that have variable income.
No tile lays allowed.
An off-board area may consist of more than one hex - each area is usually counted only once for each train.
|Fixed||Static, usually with track or fixed value stations printed on the map.
No tile lays allowed.
|Hexes that contain these features with a cost to place or upgrade tiles. Other features appear occasionally (Desert, Forest, Swamp).|
You may find more information about these tiles by visiting the 18xx Tiles Database.
|Trains||Type||2||2||4 or 3/5||5 or 4/6||6 or 7/8|
The unpriced 2-trains are issued with the Big 4 and Michigan Southern private companies.
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