When I was a kid, my cousins and I used to play Monopoly.
To be quite honest, it may be a bit of a fallacy to say we played; we cheated more than we actually played - bless our little black hearts.
My eldest cousin brother and my sister used to team up together and collaborate to steal various chips or move the existing ones on the board, usually by having one divert attention while the other did the deed.
Another cousin used to discover their trickery and a war usually was to ensue in the house.
Needless to say, all three are now lawyers.
But I digress. I meant to mention Liverpool station, which was a prominent train station in the game of Monopoly.
This is the modern-day Liverpool station at Lime Street.
I have come a long way from those days of board games.
But it's strange. It really is.
P.S. My friend Tim pointed out that "the train stations in Monopoly are actually all London train stations. Liverpool Street station is in (wait for it) Liverpool street in London, not in Liverpool".