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Regarded by many as the greatest crime against true Mornington Crescent, this plastic board game was to be distributed to schools in a joint venture between IMCS and Waddingtons, overseen by John Treadgold.

The game was a simple one-for-one remapping of Baker Street, packaged with cheap plastic counters and photographs of Australian soap stars. As soon as they realised what had happened, IMCS hastily withdrew the copyrights that Treadgold had signed away, and fifty thousand plastic board games were recalled for destruction.

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