With the boards and rules removed from the on top, you can see the top layer of insert trays underneath. At the top of the image you can see two long trays for storing the locomotives. These trays are made so that the locomotives can be stored in numerical order, and taken straight from the box and placed next to the board when you want to play. Below these on the left is the coal board on top of the engineer tiles. On the left in the middle is a tray for the rouble coins, the point tokens and the income markers. At the bottom are trays for the cards (sleeved or unsleeved), the coal wagons, the railroad extensions, and the other tiles.
With the top trays removed you can see underneath the remaining trays. At the top are four separate trays for the player pieces. In the middle you can see the engineer tiles on the left. Ont he right is a second token tray for the doubler tokens, the foundries, and the ? tokens.
Many of the trays can be used in game to speed up setup and game play. Each player takes his own player pieces tray and uses it to store all the pieces not yet in play during the game. The locomotive trays fit right next to the board, sorting all the engines by number. The other trays keep all the tokens tidy and close to hand.
Here you can see a close-up of the trays made from the new material. We are very pleased with it. It bonds very well to the glue, and gives a very clean, quality finish to the trays. We hope you like it too.