|Offer Type||Offer Date||Cost||Buy XP||Level||Restrictions|
|Special||1 Nov 2016||375||1,000,000||90||Limit 1|
|Event||28 Feb 2017||265||97,000||90||Limit 2|
|Vintage||9 Jul 2017||290||120,000||70||Limit 3|
|Limited|| 28 Oct 2019-|
18 Nov 2019
| Between 1947–1948, Baldwin built three unique coal-fired steam turbine-electric locomotives called M-1 but because of their expense and poor performance they acquired the nickname "Sacred Cow". They were 106 feet long, making them the longest locomotives for passenger service ever built and were intended for a route from Washington to Cincinnati, but could never travel the whole route without some sort of failure.|
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