What are the four stations called on the Monopoly board?

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The names of the four stations on the monopoly board are kings cross, Fenchurch Street, Liverpool Street and Marylebone. Monopoly is a board game that is manufactured by Parker Brothers, a subsidiary of Hasbro. It is named after the economic idea of monopoly, the control of a market by a single entity.
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The four stations in a monopoly game are Kings Cross (LNER), Euston (LMS), Paddington (GWR) and Charing Cross (SR). These stations were the four London terminals of the LNER. This game was invented by American, Charles Darrow who sold the idea to Parker Brothers who patented it and marketed the game on a large scale in 1935.
Monopoly is a market in which there are many buyers but only one seller.
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