FF - Quin Kong's use of a railway station allows all players in Nid an escape, but as you are in "Nip", you'll have to do 5 circuits of the Grange Hill Loop before you can re-join the game without losing any multicoloured tokens.
Compromised Bishops this early in the game can only mean that soneone has surreptitious invoked the Pentacostal Protocol - I can only suggest that during the initial skirmishing, one hides in St John's Wood.
Watford Junction places us back into Sarries territory, and a place I can get to without reverting to the underground. But Watfor in South African speak sounds like 'wharf' and Quins are kings, so it's overland to Imperial Wharf..
I fear I may show my naivety here..hmm, the return to work for most of us should lead to somewhere industrious, such as BANK, however in order to maintain the arboreal theme I think the second variation of Tobermory's strategem will take us to
Interesting you play the Devons Road card - I am not sure if you recall the introduction of the Colonies Reconstruction Protocol that allows players to reverse the flow, essentially changing the polarity of the parallels and enabling cheaper fares - known informally as the Ghandhi Manoeuvre - so I call East India.
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