Rail Baron game
©1977, Avalon Hill
Ages: 10 and Up
Players: 3 to 6
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# 00000 - 1977 Rail Baron game Avalon Hill $99.95
                        Excellent Condition - Sold Out

# 09621 - 1977 Rail Baron game Avalon Hill $87.95
                        Very Good Condition (minor wear, see NOTES below)

# 00000 - 1977 Rail Baron game Avalon Hill $79.95
                        Acceptable Condition - Sold Out
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Game Contents
Rail Baron is an out-of-print boardgame with a railroad theme.  In this game,
players move trains along railroad lines and collect payoffs for deliveries.
Players compete by purchasing railroads to make a train network that can
access important map destinations while at the same time preventing their
opponents from making networks.

Shipping Wt: Approx. 2.75 lbs.
3 Mapboards
1 West Coast mapboard
1 Central US mapboard
1 East Coast mapboard
4 Plastic mapboard clips
1 Set of 28 Rail Line Cards
12 Colored flat chips (19/32")
2 Red flat chips
2 Blue flat chips
2 White flat chips
2 Green flat chips
2 Black flat chips
2 Yellow flat chips
6 Express Title Cards
(1 for each color pawn)
6 Superchief Title Cards
(1 for each color pawn)
6 Standard pawns
(red, blue, white, green yellow,
3 Standard 6-sided dice
2 White standard 6-sided dice
1 Red standard 6-sided die
1 Set of play money
1 Payoff chartbook
1 Rulebook
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NOTE 1: No box corner splits, slight
bowing in cover.  
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NOTE 2: 3 nice map boards, rules
& Payoff chart with some wrinkling
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NOTE 3: Back of 3 map boards were
once taped, but we have included the
4 board clips.  
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