The main scenario of the game, and the one after which it is named, the Snowdon scenario sees players building the Snowdon Mountain Railway from its base in Llanberis up to the summit station at Yr Wyddfa.

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The second scenario of the game, which is shipped along with it (the cards for the stations are on the reverse of the Snowdonia scenario cards, the Blaenau Ffestiniog scenario takes it inspiration from the Ffestiniog Railway, which runs from Porthmadog Harbour to the slate mining town of Blaenau Ffestiniog.

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The first completely separate scenario released for Snowdonia, The Daffodil Line takes its inspiration from the Ledbury and Gloucester Railway, which ran between those two locations along the route of the Herefordshire and Gloucestershire canal. In the scenario players have to fill in the canal before they can build track, and can earn points by collecting the daffodils that the route is famous for in the spring.

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Based on the railway of the same name, the Bavarian Zugspitze scenario covesr the building of a 19km railway running from Garmisch to the Zugspitze, the highest mountain in Germany. With its summit terminus at 2,650m above sea-level, it is the highest railway in Germany and the third highest railway in Europe.

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This scenario takes its inspiration from the 9km narrow gauge Jungfraubahn railway, running from Kleine Scheidigg up through the Jungfrau Tunnel to the highest railway station in Europe at Jungfraujoch, 3,454m above sea level.

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The Mount Washington scenario sees players competing to build the 4.8km rack and pinion railway up the mountain of the same name. In an unusual twist, your surveyors will start at the top of the mountain, and at the end of the game will slide down the mountain on their "Devil\'s Shingles", getting down as far as you've been able to construct buildings.

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This scenario sees players building the eponymous bridge as part of the railway running from Bangor, on the Welsh mainland, over the Menai Straight and on to the terminus at Holyhead on the Holy Island.

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All those years of climbing up (and sliding down) mountains at your behest have taken their toll on your Surveyor, and the poor chap has expired. London\'s cemeteries are overflowing, though, so the newly-deceased need to be transported via train to the new Brookwood Cemetery far outside London.

This scenario sees you constructing the London Necropolis Railway and racing to get your Surveyor interred in a suitable plot, with a suitable monument, before the end of the game, or suffer the consequences.

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On 5th and 6th January 1919, and again on March 16th and July 8th, Bavaria suffered tremendous storms, leaving around 290,000 metres of timber blown over. In this scenario players compete to build a short-lived train line from Fischhausen-Neuhaus to Waitzingeralm to enable the wood to be taken away.

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Now know as the Indian Pacific (named for the two oceans it joins) the line from Perth to Kalgoorlie, and the line from Sydney to Port Augusta, were originally known as the Transcontinental Railway, with the section from Kalgoorlie to Port Augusta being known as the Trans-Australian Railway. This scenario see you fighting water shortages to complete the line across the Nullarbor Plains, one of the driest places on the planet, and home to the longest section of straight railway track in the world.

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