A big thanks to Hake’s for the two photos you see below of this 1966 board game by Transogram. I love the description from the online auction site on how you would play the game, “Use spring-loaded cue stick and marble to play.” Considering that James West and Artemus Gordon played a lot of pool on the train between assignments it is a perfect fit.
The game sold by the way for a mere $230.
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