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  1912 in Europe... Thu, 06 August 2009 14:55
- Thousands flocked to Sweden for the 1912 Stockholm Olympics...

- French aviator Henri Seimet made the first non-stop flight from Paris to London...

- Explorer Roald Amundsen announced to the world that his team, via skis and dog sled, had successfully reached the South Pole...

- and tragically, over 1,500 were lost when the Titanic struck ice on it's maiden sea voyage...

Far-off travel and heroic adventure sparked the imaginations of countless Europeans who dreamed of "seeing the world". While exotic travel could be attempted only by a few, the great rail lines of Europe more than fulfilled the romantic travel dreams of the rest - the Flying Scotsman from Edinburgh to London; the Chemins de fer de Paris à Lyon et à la Méditerranée; and the legendary Orient Express from London to Istanbul.


http://blog.daysofwonder.com/wp-content/dow-uploads/2009/07/french-rail-poster-199x300.jpg


To relive this classic era of European train travel Days of Wonder introduces Ticket to Ride Europa 1912 - a new expansion for this award-winning train game series.

This expansion delivers 55 new Destination Tickets (plus the originals) and 3 new ways to play Ticket to Ride Europe; and introduces Warehouses & Depots - new game rules and pieces that add an exciting can be played with ANY of the Ticket to Ride maps.

http://blog.daysofwonder.com/wp-content/dow-uploads/2009/08/te_1912_box.jpg


Learn all about it by visiting the Ticket to Ride Europa 1912 webpage. The expansion will be available worldwide in October and while we highly recommend scheduling a train trip to Essen, Germany to pick up a copy, you will also find it at your favorite game store!

      

SubjectPosterDate
  1912 in Europe...  FranckThu, 06 August 2009 14:55
  Re:1912 in Europe... WreckerThu, 06 August 2009 21:13
  Re:1912 in Europe... MarkoPoloThu, 06 August 2009 23:42
  Re:1912 in Europe... ad79Fri, 07 August 2009 09:04
  Re:1912 in Europe... rasmussen81Sat, 15 August 2009 08:07
  Re:1912 in Europe... DiscJetSun, 06 September 2009 10:49
  Re:1912 in Europe... radiospaceWed, 09 September 2009 21:04
  Re:1912 in Europe... rickertThu, 10 September 2009 06:47
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