Must be a graveyard of MP72/75s somewhere. Next to the Lackawanna MUs and Reading Blueliners, they were
North America's favorite choice for tourist lines and passenger excursions.
RGlueck wrote: ↑Thu Jun 18, 2020 8:35 pm I believe the site is very, very, out of date. I'd be surprised if there was much left in that collection by now.You are correct. The principal (Dave Thebodo) behind Rail Merchants International is not a good communicator, something I can say based on personal experience. His website appears to be several years out of date. I believe he has brokered the sale of more cabooses and miscellaneous railroad equipment, rather than passenger cars.