Which one of the four railroads in Monopoly was not a real railroad?

Which one of the four railroads in Monopoly was not a real railroad?

Which one of the four railroads in Monopoly was not a real railroad?


In the game of Monopoly, all four railroads are fictional and not based on real railroads. The four railroads in the game are the Reading Railroad, the Pennsylvania Railroad, the B&O Railroad, and the Short Line. These railroads were included in the game as part of the theme of buying and selling properties, building houses and hotels, and accumulating wealth. The game of Monopoly is based on the real-life streets of Atlantic City, New Jersey, but the railroads in the game are not based on any specific real-life railroads.

I apologize for the confusion in my previous response. The Short Line is indeed one of the four railroads in the game of Monopoly. It is not a real railroad. All four of the railroads in Monopoly, including the Reading Railroad, the Pennsylvania Railroad, the B&O Railroad, and the Short Line, are fictional and not based on real railroads. They are included in the game as part of the theme of buying and selling properties, building houses and hotels, and accumulating wealth. The game of Monopoly is based on the real-life streets of Atlantic City, New Jersey, but the railroads in the game are not based on any specific real-life railroads.



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Short Line

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