Monopoly Street names - Australia and UK

Monopoly was manufactured in Australia by John Sands PTY Ltd in the 1960s. It was licensed by John Waddington. The street names were from the English edition. There were some idiosyncrasies. Instead of the UK counters, there were coloured plastic cones. The houses and hotels were green and red plastic and the Community Chest and Chance cards were illustrated with cartoons.

In 1996 Parker Brothers produced an Australian edition of the board game. These are the street names from that edition.

ColourAustrailia name UK name
MaroonTodd Street Old Kent Road
MaroonSmith Street Whitechapel Road
Pale blue/BlueSalamanca Place The Angel Islington
Pale blue/BlueDavey Street Euston Road
Pale blue/BlueMacquarie Street Pentonville Road
PinkWilliam StreetPall Mall
PinkBarrack Street Whitehall
PinkHay Street Northumberland Avenue
OrangeNorth Terrace Bow Street
OrangeVictoria Square Marlborough Street
OrangeRoyal Mall Vine Street
RedStanley StreetThe Strand
RedPetries BightFleet Street
RedWickham Terrace Trafalgar Square
YellowCollins Street Leicester Square
YellowElizabeth Street Coventry Street
YellowBourke Street Piccadilly
GreenCastlereagh Street Regent Street
GreenGeorge Street Oxford Street
GreenPitt Street Bond Street
Blue/NavyFlinders Way
Blue/NavyKings Avenue
WhitePerth Station Kings Cross Station
WhiteAdelaide Station Marylebone Station
WhiteFlinders Street Station Fenchurch Street Station
WhiteSydney Station Liverpool Street Station
WhiteAustralia Post Electric Company
WhiteTelstraWater Works
WhiteIncome TaxIncome Tax
WhiteSales TaxSuper Tax

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