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Stephenson's Rocket

GRL3199

In Stephenson’s Rocket, players take on the role of rail barons in 1830s England.
  • English
  • From 12 years old
  • 1 to 2h
  • 2 to 4 player(s)
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On September 15, 1830, the age of the railroad began with the opening of the first line between Liverpool and Manchester. The locomotive that ruled those rails was George Stephenson’s Rocket. With a top speed of 45km/h (28mph) Rocket, was the most advanced engine of the day, and its arrival marked the beginning of the modern railway.

In Stephenson’s Rocket, players take on the role of rail barons in 1830s England. By investing in the various new rail lines, transporting passengers, and building up the local industries, players will vie for the honor of becoming the most prestigious rail baron in the early days of the steam locomotive.
Theme(s) Train
Language(s) English
Mechanism(s) TilesTrainsCollection
Author(s) Reiner Knizia
Artist Ian O'Toole
Editor Grail Games

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