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9.1 - Can companies buy trains from one another?

1800, 1830BC, 18EZ Level 1 No.
1812, 1827 Jr., 1832, 1837SX, 1841, 1849, 1850, 1858, 1861, 1862, 1865 Sardinia, 1870, 1889, 18Ardennes, 18C2C, 18EU, 18EZ Levels 2 and 3, 18FL, 18GA, 18MS, 18PA, 18Ruhr, 18TN, 18US, 18VA, Steam Over Holland Yes, minimum price 1.
1824, 1848 Yes, once a '3' train has been purchased, minimum price 1 if both companies have the same Director, face value otherwise.
1825 Yes, minimum price 10. For Unit 1 and Unit 2 the smallest company credit note is 10, so the price must be a multiple of 10. When playing with Unit 3 the smallest company credit note is 1, making the price any value of 10 or more.
1829, 1829 Mainline, 1853 Yes, minimum price 10.
1826 Yes, minimum price 1, once a 6H train has been bought. The Etat and SNCF can only trade at face value. Companies with loans can only buy at face value or less, or sell for face value or more.
1830 Yes. Minimum price 1 if they have the same President, unrestricted otherwise. (Most people play minimum price 1 always.)
1831 Yes, minimum price 1, maximum face value.
1835, 1837, 1838 Rheinland, 1842, 1851, 1854, 1893, 1898, 18EC, 18NL, 18Rhl Rhineland, 18West Once a 3 train has been bought, minimum price 1.
1844 Yes. But if they have different Presidents, or if one of them is the SBB, then only at face value.
1846 Yes, minimum price 1, but phased-out trains may not be purchased.
1853 v2 Yes, minimum price 10, but '1M' trains may not be purchased by major companies.
1856 Yes. CGR only buys and sells at face value, and cannot buy non-permanent trains. Other trades, minimum price 1.
1860 Yes, minimum price 10. Note, however, that this is not allowed if the buying company already has a train and the selling company has only one train.
1862EA Yes, at face value only for trains in the currently available band. For older trains, the price is set at half face value.
1873 Yes, minimum price 1, maximum price double face value. Machines cannot be traded. The last standard train of a company cannot be bought. The applicable maintenance cost has to be paid for trains being traded.
1880 Yes, once a 3 tain has been bought, minimum price 1, but only if the two companies have the same Director.
1895, 18MW Yes, minimum price 1, but only if the two companies have the same President.
18Dixie Yes, minimum price 1, except for the SCL/IGC, which may only buy or sell trains at face value.
18GL Yes, minimum price 1, once a 6H has been bought. CONRAIL may only buy and sell at face value. Companies with loans can only buy at face value or less, or sell for face value or more.
18Mex Yes, miimum price 1, except for the NdM, which may only buy or sell trains at face value.
18Neb Yes, minimum price 1, but only if the two companies have the same President, and no more than face value if the President is assisting with the purchase.
18NY Yes, minimum price 1. However, if either company has a loan, trains must be purchased at face value.
18Scan Yes, minimum price 1. If the company has no credit the President may use his cash on hand to make the purchase, but may not sell stock to raise more cash.
2038 Yes, once a 6/2,4/3 spaceship has been sold. The Asteroid League's last spaceship cannot be bought from it. Minimum price 1.
Crisis Only by means of 'structure purchases'.
Poseidon Yes, after the fiorst 4 ship is sold.
Rolling Stock Not applicable.

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