Railway Rivals game 9 – Turn 9
North British Railway Company edges further ahead, but many planned joint runs did not happen due to late communication between players. Wishie-Washie built towards the North of Scotland; now only Ireland and Skye are inaccessible. The ferries to Ireland and to Skye remain unconnected, Skye because no one has built to the terminals for starters.
McJacobahn – Mark Cowper (Blue)
POINTS: 184 +33 = 217
Weeshie-Washie & Coldness Railway – Thomas Kok (Black)
Builds: (Inverness) – V52 – W52 – Y53 – Y54 – Z54 (North Scotland)
POINTS: 144 -8 +25 = 161
The North British Railway Company – Jonathan Palfrey (Green)
POINTS: 196 +38 = 234
Premiership Football is Best – Gerald Udowiczenko (Red)
POINTS: 130 +34 = 164
Click on the link for a PDF map: Kingsley Halt map, turn 9 (3.8 Mb)
Next turn's races
You may enter up to 6 races (plus any held over – shown in italics). After the races, you may build up to 8 points, including known payments to rivals.
Leapfrogs used: None
Races continue this turn. The nature of the map means joint runs are likely. Please make sure that such races are listed in BOTH sets of orders – though the route only has to be in one set, the other set can say to use the route given by the other player.
Races that cannot be run because no one has connected to them remain available and do not count against the limit on the races you can enter each turn. There are now 5 of these.
Orders to Mike Dommett, 119 Victoria Road, ALTON GU34 2DD
or by e-mail to mike_dommett (at) yahoo.co.uk by 17th May 2013