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Revision 3 . . (edit) June 17, 2011 8:33 pm by Simons Mith [* added hatch]
Revision 2 . . April 19, 2007 2:15 am by Simons Mith [Added line colours. Needs further tidying. What about Victoria line? (Blue)]
Revision 1 . . March 25, 2007 2:54 am by Simons Mith [Added main colours]
  

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Changed: 3,7c3,9
* Black?
* Blue?
* Chartreuse? - also referred to as Yellow
* Green?
* Hampster? (sic) - also referred to as Brown
* Northern Black?
* Piccadilly Blue? – sometimes 'Navy Blue'
* Circle Chartreuse? – also referred to as Yellow
* Waterloo & City Cyan? – also 'Light Blue', 'Sky Blue' or occasionally 'Blue-Green'
* District Green?
* Jubilee Grey?
* Bakerloo Hampster? (sic) – also referred to as Brown

Changed: 9,11c11,15
* Puce?
* Red?
* White?
* East London Orange?
* Hammersmith & CityPink?
* Metropolitan Puce? – also referred to as Purple
* Central Red?
* National Rail White?

Changed: 13,14c17,23
*Gold?
*Silver?
* Bronze?
* Gold?
* Silver?

A standard beginner's token set contains 50 each of the metallic tokens, and 100 each of the coloured tokens marked in bold.

Historical Note: See also: hatch

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