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Vanderbilt Tender

Model railroad  Van  Varnish
04/17/2014

Vanderbilt Tender
A distinctive tender with a cylindrical water tank. The rectangular oil or coal bunker is perched at the forward end.
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Vanderbilt Tender
A steam locomotive tender with a distinctive, rounded, tank-style compartment behind a squared-off front portion.
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Vanderbilt Tender - A cylindrical-shaped tender featuring a partially squared-off front; used for either coal or oil.
Vestibule - Covered gangway giving access between cars.

Early 4-6-6-4 Little Challenger 3915 (later 3815) with Semi-Vanderbilt tender. UP photo.
Original Bowser Challenger with wood Semi-Vanderbilt tender - 1951. This Challenger was originally purchased by J. Rhodes in Monterey California.

Appearance deviates from the CV in that 102 is more representative of her GN heritage having a Vanderbilt tender trailing behind her.

See also: See also: Steam, Engine, Scale, Locomotive, Point

Model railroad  Van  Varnish
04/17/2014

 
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