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Subject: Some tragic track rss

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jim b
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18xx players won't be surprised, by these common track scenarios--

http://crazy-picsblog.blogspot.com/2010/01/crazy-incomplete-...
 
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Bruce Murphy
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Cable-rail crossovers don't count as odd, surely.

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I like the bridge to nowhere.
 
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cornjob wrote:
I like the bridge to nowhere.


That really didn't look like Alaska.
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My favorite 18xx game for six players is two games of 1846 with three players each.
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cornjob wrote:
I like the bridge to nowhere.


It's only a bridge halfway to nowhere.
 
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jim b
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Usually- if you only own a bridge to nowhere- you're not obligated to own a train.

In this case, though, the bridge to nowhere includes a permanent diesel!

(Maybe, the weakest private costs $1100- and gets this awful tile.)
 
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