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|1848 Australia v2|
|Players||3 to 6|
|Bank of England certificates||10||-|
|Bank of England charter||1||-|
|Bank of England money||£2,000||All value £100 notes|
|Gauge change markers||12||White wooden discs|
|K tokens||3||Place on tiles to remember which hexes are 'K' hexes|
|Loan markers||20||Red wooden discs|
|Map board with stock market||1||Six-panel mounted fold-out|
|Money||£10,000||All values other than £100|
|Par price markers||14||Double-sided, 7 x 70/80, 7 x 90/100|
|Priority deal card||1||-|
|Private company auction track||1||Double-sided with Revenue track|
|Private company certificates||6||-|
|Private company tokens||2||-|
|Public company certificates||72||8 sets of nine|
|Public company charters||8||-|
|Revenue track||1||Double-sided with Private company auction track|
|Revenue track markers||9||-|
|Stock market markers||8||-|
|Tiles||100||43 yellow, 31 green, 22 brown, 3 grey, 1 blue|
|Private Companies||#||Full Name||Face Value||Revenue||Notes|
|M&HB||1||Melbourne & Hobson's Bay Railway Company||£30||£5||-|
|OR||2||Oodnadatta Railway||£70||£10||Comes with a Desert token|
|TS||3||Tasmanian Railway||£110||£15||Comes with tile 241 (Tasmania)|
|TG||4||The Ghan||£170||£20||Comes with a Camel token|
|TAR||5||Trans Australian Railway||£170||£25||Comes with a 10% QGR certificate|
|NAR||6||North Australian Railway||£230||£30||Comes with the CAR Directorship|
|Public Companies||Company Group||Full Name||Directorship||Other Certificates||Home Hex||Station Tokens||Notes|
|CAR||1||Central Australian Railway||20%||8 x 10%||Port Augusta
|FED||1||Federal Territory Railway||20%||8 x 10%||Canberra
|NSW||1||New South Wales Railways||20%||8 x 10%||Sydney
|QGR||1||Queensland Government Railway||20%||8 x 10%||Brisbane
|SAR||1||South Australian Railway||20%||8 x 10%||Adelaide
|VR||1||Victorian Railways||20%||8 x 10%||Melbourne
|WA||1||Western Australian Railway||20%||8 x 10%||Perth
|BoE||2||Bank of England||-||10 x 10%||-||-||Available from the start, but only pays dividends and issues loans once the first 3/3+ train has been purchased|
|COM||3||Commonwealth Railways||20%||8 x 10%||Adelaide and Sydney
G6 and F17
|5||Operates once a route exists from Sydney to Adelaide, or the first 6/6+ train has been purchased|
|Zones||Starting value spaces for public companies
Receivership area (left-most column)
Highest value (game ends)
|View it here:||1848 Australia Stock Market|
|Game Map||Clear Hexes||1 Town||
|Hexes: 62||33||-||3||17||3||3 + 4 ports||-||8||7|
|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.
A 4/4+ train may be traded to the bank pool to buy a D-train for $800.
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