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Railways of the Western U.S. Expansion

by Eagle Games

Category: Board and War Games
Genre: Board Game - Train
Product Line: Railways of the World
Author: Rick Holzgrafe, Sean Brown
Publish Date: 2010
Restockable: Yes
NKG part # Mfg. part # Type Condition
FRDEG101266 Boxed Game

It is 1863 and the construction of the first transcontinental rail system has begun. This mechanized transportation network will take years to complete, but it will render obsolete the wagon trains of old, and revolutionize the economy of the West. Will you have the courage to build over the Rockies or through the Sierra Nevada? Will it be your railroad company hammering the ceremonial Golden Spike at Promontory Point? If you have the skill to successfully connect the East and West you will join the pantheon of historical railroad visionaries!

Railways of the Western U.S. is an exciting new expansion for the highly popular Railways of the World board game series.


A beautiful 30" x 36" map of the Western U.S.
49 cards
18 City Rotors
24 Fuel Depots that introduce sever new features such as:
   •12 new Railroad Barons
   •Changing City Demands
   •Longer Deliveries


Artwork by historical artist Paul E. Niemeyer and railroad artist David A. Oram.
Design by Rick Holzgrafe and Sean Brown.

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