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Last Train To Wensleydale ($65.00)

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From Around 120 to 150 minutesFor 3 to 4 players aged from 13 years
BoardGameGeek Number: 39927InPrint (In Stock: 3)
Designer(s)Martin Wallace

For many years the train gaming world has been waiting for a game about moving cheese in the Yorkshire Dales. That wait is now over!
As the director of a small railway company who has inveigled investment money from gullible locals, it's up to you to see if you can actually make a profit from building track amongst some of the most difficult terrain in England. There's stone to be moved from quarries, and cheese to be moved to market. You might also find the odd passenger who wants to travel to civilisation.

However, standing in your way is the local farmer, who really does not want you to build on his land. Fortunately you can buy favours from the necessary government committee to deal with such irritations. You will also need a few contacts with other train companies, as you will need their second-hand engines to run on your lines. Finally, once you've sucked all the profit that you can from a route, you must off-load it to a major train company before you are sadled with the losses.

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