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6.1 - Cost of station markers

1812, 1837, 1861 0, then 20*hex distance, then 40*hex distance. Distance measured by 'a crow without a passport'.
1826, 18FL, 18NY, 18US 0, then 20*hex distance measured along route from nearest existing marker.
1827 Jr. 0, then whichever is greater of (20*rail distance to nearest existing station marker) or (value of city).
1830BC Waterworks cost 30/80/100/150/200 depending on phase.
1831 40 for passenger station, 70 for freight yard until 5 train sold, then 70/110 until 9 train sold, then 110/210.
1835 0, then 20*hex distance from the original marker. Distance is measured by 'a crow without a passport'.
1837SX, 18Rhl Rhineland 0, 60, 80 or 100 as indicated on the company charter. The cost varies between companies.
1838 Rheinland Double the town's value plus 20.
1841, 1898 All 0. They were paid for at flotation time: 50 each for historics, 25/50/100/200 depending on remoteness for non-historics.
1842 0, 3 * revenue of hex on which they are placed.
1846 0, then 80.
1848 0 for the home base, then 40, then 100 for any other tokens for most companies; Commonwealth Railways has two free home bases and three further tokens that cost 100 each.
1849v1&3 All 0. They were paid for at flotation time: first round start-ups pay 0, others pay 100 (total), for 3 tokens.
1849v4 All 0. They were paid for at flotation time, according to the table in rule 3.3.
1851 0; they were paid for ($100 for 4) at flotation time.
1853, 1853 v2 0 (for both home hexes, in some companies), 40, 100.
1854 0 for home hex, then 50, 100, 150.
1858 Free if from a Private company, twice the city value starting in phase 5, otherwise 40 per province (20 in the same province) from the nearest existing station marker
1862 0, 40, 100; but 0, 60, 150 across the Canadian border.
1862EA For Chartered Companies, 60 each for 3 tokens. For Non-chartered Companies, 40 each for 2 to 7 tokens. These costs are paid when the company is floated.
1865 Sardinia The cost depends on the terrain crossed at the borders of hexes along the route from any existing token to the new one.
1873 0, then 100. 50 to buy an inactive marker from another company.
1880 0 for home bases, 40, 100, prices double when the first 8 train is sold.
1889 0, 40, 40.
1893 For the DE, RB and RSE, 0, 40, 100. For the AGV and HGK, which are formed by merger, 100.
1895, 18West 0, then 100.
18Ardennes 40 for minor companies, 100 for public companies.
18EU All 0. 100 was paid for them at flotation time.
18EZ Level 1 Not applicable (no additional station markers).
18EZ Level 2 0, then 40.
18GL 0 (except for CONRAIL), then 20*rail distance to nearest existing station marker.
18Mex 0, 40, 60, 80.
18MW 0, then 40+10*crow distance from the original marker.
18Ruhr 0, 60, 80 or 100 as indicated on the company charter.
2038 Complex, but written on each company's card.
Crisis 0, then 100 then 200.
Poseidon No charge.
Rolling Stock Not applicable.
Rest 0 for home bases, 40, 100.

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