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1837 - Rail Building in the Austro-Hungarian Empire (1st Edition)

By: All-Aboard Games

Type: Boxed Game

Product Line: Board Games (All-Aboard Games)

Last Stocked on 1/25/2023

Product Info

1837 - Rail Building in the Austro-Hungarian Empire (1st Edition)
Publish Year
NKG Part #
Boxed Game
Age Range
12 Years and Up
# Players
3 - 7 Players
Game Length
180 - 360 Minutes


1837 is a development of 1835, designed by Michael Meier-Bachl. The basic concepts are those of 1835, but there are extra features that add complexity. 1835 introduced a third type of railway to the 18xx games genre, the "minor company." Minor companies were small, regional companies owned by a single player which had no share price, but could lay track and own trains, paying 50 percent of their revenue to the player and keeping 50% in its treasury. In 1837, this concept was further extended to introduce a new type of minor company: the coal company

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