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Isle Of Arran (UK) - Winning Moves, 2010

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Game Code: J276641020

©Winning Moves UK 2010

Brown 1
GOATFELL
Brown 2
CLADACH
Light Blue 1
CORRIE
Light Blue 2
HIGH CORRIE
Light Blue 3
SANNOX
Pink 1
NORTH SANNOX
Pink 2
LOCHRANZA
Pink 3
CATACOL
Orange 1
PIRNMILL
Orange 2
WHITEFARLAND
Orange 3
DOUGARIE
Red 1
MACHRIE
Red 2
SHISKINE
Red 3
BLACKWATERFOOT
Yellow 1
KILPATRICK
Yellow 2
CORRIECRAVIE
Yellow 3
LAGG
Green 1
KILMORY
Green 2
KILDONAN
Green 3
WHITING BAY
Dark Blue 1
LAMLASH
Dark Blue 2
BRODICK
Go
GO
In Jail / Just Visiting
IN JAIL / JUST VISITING
Free Parking
FREE PARKING
Go To Jail
GO TO JAIL
Station 1
BRODICK PIER
Station 2
LOCHRANZA PIER
Station 3
CLYDE ESTUARY
Station 4
LAMLASH PIER
Utility 1
ARRAN GRAPHICS PUBLISHERS
Utility 2
THE ARRAN BANNER PUBLISHERS
Community Chest
COMMUNITY CHEST
Chance
CHANCE
Income Tax
INCOME TAX
Super Tax
SUPER TAX

The Isle of Arran is one of Scotland's most easily accessible islands, just an hour from the Ayrshire coast, western Scotland. Its unique geography, mountainous terrain and fascinating beaches have long since attracted visitors from around the world. The tourism industry on Arran is of critical importance to its economic survival. What is so significant about Arran (and of vital importance to residents as well as tourists) is its ability to maintain an atmosphere of peace, escapism and adventure, all amid breath-taking scenery and diverse wildlife. The island is only 200 square miles in size and you can drive around it in just under two hours. In doing so, you'll see wild red deer, seals and perhaps golden eagles and otters. You'll witness farmlands, sandy beaches, steep mountain ridges and picturesque villages which all have fascinating histories. You'll be able to walk through conifer forests which could lead you to isolated beaches with rock pools and a huge array of birdlife.

Local businesses, visitor attractions and the vast majority of people who live here have quickly identified the relevance of all this natural beauty. It's no wonder, therefore, that the island is well supported year-round with luxury hotels, to simple B & B's, a total of seven golf courses, and has some of the most significant visitor attractions in Ayrshire, let alone Scotland