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What are the places on a traditional London Monopoly Board?


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2014-07-14 22:00:17
2014-07-14 22:00:17

Let's see... I haven't looked at my British version for a long time. Okay, I am going to list the properties by color. I'll also list the utilities and railroads under that.


Park Lane

Bond Street

Oxford Street

Regent Street


Coventry Street

Leicester Square

Trafalgar Square

Fleet Street


Vine Street

Marlborough Street

Bow Street

Northhumberland Avenue


Pall Mall

Pentonville Road

Euston Road

The Angel, Islington

Whitechapel Road

Old Kent Road


Electric Company

Water Works


Marylebone Station

Kings Cross Station

Liverpool Street Station

Fenchurch Street Station

Another difference... the space called "Luxury Tax" on American boards is called "Super Tax" on British Boards.


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