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Tom, I have them stored on a PC which I rarely assemble and boot up. the next time I have it booted up I'll pull the Outbound EEPROM images off for you and email them. I only use the PC when I need to run the EEPROM programming machine.
The EEPROM images can be a little dicey however, because they're a bit different depending on the size of hard drive installed in the 125 or if there is an internal floppy drive instead of the internal hard drive installed.
However, as long as you have an external floppy that should not be a problem. If you ever get corrupted EEPROMs, burn a new copy of which ever version you have, install them, boot up with the external floppy and then run the Outbound Installer software. The last thing it does is write the proper data to the internal EEPROMs for the 125 configuration which it detects.