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9.3 - Can trains be sold back to the bank?

1812 Yes, in phases 5 and 6 only, receiving one quarter of its original cost rounded down as a trade-in against the cost of another train from the bank or bank pool. Traded-in trains go into the bank pool
1824 No, but one train per company per round can be traded in at 50% of face value for the next most powerful type. Traded in trains are removed from the game.
1829 Mainline Yes, 180 is paid by the bank for any train, which is then available from the bank at full price.
1837 No, but if at the train limit, it can pay half a train's cost to put it back in the bank, so long as it then buys a train.
1858 No, but wounded trains may be discarded.
1873 No, but trains may be scrapped for no cost. Scrapped trains are removed from the game.
1893 No, but one train per company per round can be traded in at 50% of face value for the next most powerful type. Traded in trains are placed in the bank pool.
18EU No, but Pullmans may be returned to the bank at any time for no recompense.
18NY Trains may be voluntarily scrapped for one quarter of their full cost. A company's last train may only be scrapped if the company may then buy a new train without resorting to loans or emergency fund raising.
Poseidon With the purchase of an E ship, other ships can be traded in for half their value against the cost of an E ship.
Rolling Stock Not applicable.
Rest No.

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