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1800, 1824, 1829, 1837, 1844, 1849, 1854, 1893, 18EZ All Levels, 18NL, 18Scan, 18VA
1812, 1861 Yes, on payment of a fee a second tile operation may be performed, but only one of the two tile operations may be an upgrade. You may not lay a tile and upgrade it in the same turn.
1825 Yes, if neither is an upgrade and they are not adjacent.
1826 Yes, if neither is a upgrade and it is the company's first turn.
1827 Jr. For mid-west companies if both tiles are west of starting hex.
1829 Mainline You may lay any number of yellow tiles as long as the track laid is continuous. This continuous route can be traced through pre-printed track in a brown board hex. Track laying must finish if a connection is made to an existing large station. It must also finish if a tile of types 3, 6, 7 or 115 is laid. If the Midland, NER or NBR need to lay a tile on their home hex when they frst operate, this lay is in addition to any other tile laying activities for that round.
1830, 1856, 1889, 18EC, 18GA, 18Rhl Rhineland Only by using the special property of a private.
1830BC Yes, and more, depending on quality of digging team.
1831 Yes. Four-fold by a company, seven-fold by a system.
1832 Yes, if both are yellow. Systems may lay three yellow tiles or lay one yellow tile and upgrade another.
1835, 1838 Rheinland Only by major companies before first 3 train sold.
1837SX Yes, if there are sufficient building points and the build does not include the initial lay of a viaduct tile.
1841 Majors may do one tile lay or upgrade from each station-marker until a 3 train, then one from each up to a limit of 2 until a 5 train. But never more than one tile change on same hex.
1842 Yes, but only on a share company's first OR, and not both of the same hex.
1846, 18Neb Yes, each round a company may lay two yellow tiles or lay one yellow tile and upgrade one tile.
1848, 1851, 1862 Yes, once a 3 train has been sold. Two yellow tiles only.
1850 Yes, if both are yellow and it is the company's first turn.
1853 First four companies only. Each lay must be connected to a different station marker and the connecting routes must not use the same piece of track at any point.
1853 v2 First four companies only, and possible company 5 if it forms as a major company during the contract bidding stage. Each lay must be connected to a different station marker and the connecting routes must not use the same piece of track at any point. When they first operate, each of these companies must choose to either delay the ability to lay two tiles until Phase 3, or to gain the ability immediately. If the ability is gained immediately, the company must pay the bank every time that two tiles are laid. Company 1 must pay £50 to lay two tiles, companies 2 to 5 must pay £20 to lay two tiles.
1858 Yes, for a fee of 20 (only 10 if all new track on one tile is narrow gauge). Both can be upgrades, but they must ve in different hexes.
1860 Yes, if both are yellow and neither contains a large station.
1862EA Yes, if both are yellow and neither are N tiles.
1865 Sardinia Yes, on payment of a fee a second tile operation may be performed.
1870 Yes, if both are yellow. Purchase of the MRBC by the MP or SSW can allow a third tile to be laid.
1873 Concession routes are always built in one step, which can involve up to 5 tiles. For normal track lays and upgrades, two tiles can be placed if each tile is either yellow or a green tile with two completely separate sections of track.
1880 Yes, once a 3 train has been sold, if both are yellow. The BCR may lay two yellow tiles from the start of the game. However, Foreign Investors only ever lay one tile in a turn.
1895 Yes, once an 8H train has been sold. Two yellow tiles only.
1898 Majors may do one tile lay or upgrade from each station marker until a 3 train, then one from each up to a limit of 2 until end of turn. But never more than one tile change on same hex. Minors may do one tile lay or upgrade until a 4 train, then one from each station marker until end of game.
18Ardennes Yes, for public companies only. They may lay two yellow tiles or upgrade one tile.
18C2C Yes. Tiles are laid on a points basis. It is possible to lay up to four yellow tiles in one turn.
18Dixie Major companies normally lay up to two tiles each operating turn. All companies may lay one extra yellow tile on its first operating turn.
18EU Yes, for a minor company in its first OR.
18FL, 18MW, 18PA Yes, if both are yellow.
18GL Yes, for any company other than CONRAIL in its first OR.
18Mex Yes, for major companies only.
18MS Yes, a second yellow tile in its first OR.
18NY Yes, either two tile lays or one tile lay and one upgrade, subject to sufficient funds being available.
18Ruhr Yes, either two yellow tiles or one yellow tile and one upgrade. You may not lay a tile and upgrade it in the same turn.
18TN Yes, if both are yellow. Ownership of private companies can allow additional tiles to be laid.
18US Yes, for Systems. Land Grant companies can lay up to three yellow tiles or lay two yellow tiles and upgrade one yellow tile to green if it can pay any required costs from its treasury.
18West Yes, for public companies. Land Grant companies can lay or upgrade up to three tiles (four tiles, up to two from each of its railheads, under the v2.3 retuned rules).
2038 Yes, multiple exploration allowed.
Crisis No, except that a green tile must be laid alongside a yellow one if available.
Poseidon, Rolling Stock There are no tiles in the game.
Steam Over Holland Yes, each round a company may lay two yellow tiles or lay one yellow tile and upgrade one tile, which can be the tile just laid.
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