Unfortunately a lot of stuff comes up for sale like this and there seems to be few to nobody interested in buying them. It is not just of course the purchase price you need to be worried about, it is the time/commitment/money that you would need to put in to get it running again. Personally I am totally put off any involvement with loco restoration just by the sheer cost and the fact you have to contract a lot of the work out which again means a lot of cost. The only way I could do it would be an existing project where someone else was doing the paying the bills. A small loco like this is generally of more interest to an individual owner than a railway looking for serious motive power. With this loco in particular there was some issues with it some years ago where a boiler inspector passed it as okay to run and then a railway it visited inspected it and found the boiler plates were too thin and it was dangerous. I think the boiler inspector was then sued for missing it. It was reported in the rail magazines at the time. I would want to find out a lot more details about that, what exactly the issues were and what was done to sort it out.