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Changed: 1c1
A token ring is any ring of stations around which a token can be shunted - the most obvious instance of this being the Circle Line token ring, but in fact any closed ring may support one.
A token ring is any ring of stations around which a token can be shunted – the most obvious instance of this being the Circle Line token ring, but in fact any closed ring may support one.

Changed: 3c3
While a token ring is active, a single high-value token (typically gold or silver) is passed uni-directionally around the ring, at a rate of one station per round. Players can only cross the ring's boundary at the station which carries the token - all other stations on the ring are blocked.
While a token ring is active, a single high-value token (typically gold or silver) is passed uni-directionally around the ring, at a rate of one station per round. Players can only cross the ring's boundary at the station which carries the token – all other stations on the ring are blocked.

A token ring is any ring of stations around which a token can be shunted – the most obvious instance of this being the Circle Line token ring, but in fact any closed ring may support one.

While a token ring is active, a single high-value token (typically gold or silver) is passed uni-directionally around the ring, at a rate of one station per round. Players can only cross the ring's boundary at the station which carries the token – all other stations on the ring are blocked.

(Players are not permitted to claim the token, even if they are carrying replacement tokens of sufficient value.)

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