Without being found guilty for dragging this discussion off topic, or at least too far, presumably the peril noted by Mr. MACTRAXX is covered by the insurance AAPRCO sells to their members. However, Messrs. Levin and Pins dare say do not have pockets described as "shallow".
Amtrak of course with its $300M pockets, with $20M out of their very own, has decided the potential liability arising from the ostensibly profitable but ancillary service handling Private Cars could "make for a bad day". It will be interesting to learn how the IG sees it. Should Mr. Anderson kill it, it will be from the bureaucratic philosophy of "play it safe". After all, Delta is not in the business of offering "nostalgia flights" aboard DC-3's (anyone wonder why the Confederate Air Force does not exactly give away flights on their B-29's?).
That same reasoning could well apply to whacking the Parlours - a move that has cost Mr. Anderson a grade or two around here.