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Re: 318's tender is 345's tender (and 340) {tender sluts}

February 26, 2012 04:01PM
In a discussion with the late John Maxwell the subject of tenders came up. His reply, best I can recall was that tender tanks aka cisterns, were built new as needed as a project for apprentice training in Salida. Tanks and frames were modified, swapped, scrapped etc based on expeidience and demands of the moment.The railroad mantra of one more trip applies. DPRamsey is right...heavy large interchangeable.
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