So today at Allentown I entered a new level of collecting and purchased a Boucher. I've been looking for one for years. But today I found one that called me. It's restored but it's still a Boucher. I looked at the price tag, and got sticker shock. The price was good, but even a well priced Boucher isn't cheap. Then I was told the price was flexible. My wife walked over and I mentioned this is the train I've been talking about for a while. She asked if they come up for sale often and I said no and actually I haven't seen one in person in years. She said well it's here now and if we can afford it, you should buy it. That my friends makes me a very lucky man, amongst other things of course
My Boucher 2500. If your a METCA member you'll see a full write up in a future Waybill.