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9.5 - Must a minor company buy a train if it does not have one?

1812 A company must attempt to buy a train if possible, but if it cannot afford to do so, even by taking out loans, it does not have to do so.
1824 Yes. Minor companies in 1824 are the Coal Railways and the pre-Staatsbahnen companies.
1835, 1837, 1844, 1853 v2, 1854, 1893, 18Ardennes, 18EU, 18EZ Level 3, 18NY, 18Scan No.
1841, 1861, 1898 Yes.
1865 Sardinia If it has one or more traffic chips.
1880 No. Consider Foreign Investors to be minor companies in 1880. They lease a train from the bank rather than buying one.
18Neb Yes, if it has a route. Local Companies may only own rusted trains, which are permanent for these companies.
2038 No, but after the Asteroid League is formed, if it does not have one or buy one, it must merge into the Asteroid League. The President may not contribute money.
Rest Not applicable.

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