A READING edition of family board game favourite Monopoly came out in 2003 - replacing London landmarks with The Oracle, Forbury Gardens, and more classic locations that make the town what it is.

The game includes some of Reading's famous features, such the University of Reading, the Madejski Stadium and many notable streets.

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A lot has changed in 17 years, and although many of these landmarks would remain on a modern-day version, we think there would be some additions if the game was recreated in 2020.

We now have new buildings lining the town's skyline, new parks and new facilities to enjoy.

In the spirit of Throwback Thursday, we have dusted off the 2003 board, rolled the dice and taken a 'stroll' around 2003 Reading.

Take a look at the pictures and let us know how you think a 2020 version would be different.

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Do you own one of the Reading Monopoly sets? If so, send us your pictures and let us know how often you play!

What would be included in a 2020 Reading Monopoly board?

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