This Auxiliary Tender is Built for the Virginian Railroad.
This Auxiliary Tender is VMTX 250001 it is a Former L&N tender now belongs to Norfolk and Western No. 611.
A L&N diesel locomotive is moving an X5313 Water tender built for the New York Central railroad.
4449's Auxiliary Water Tender is DLMX 4219, which was orginally the tender of SP 4219, AC-10.
4449's Tender is used for the BNSF Employee Appreciation Special in 2000. (Note: While operating for the Special it was Repainted Black with Silver Strips, And BNSF logos were Added for the excursion.)
4449's Auxiliary Water Tender is used for the Columbia-Deschutes Special in 2002. (Note: It was still Painted Black but the Silver Strips, And BNSF Logos were Removed. It has the American Flag, And the word "Let's Roll" which the lettering and the flag was put on the tender on September 11, 2001.)
4449's auxiliary water tender is on display in Williams, AZ in 2002. ATSF No. 3751 is borrowing this tender for the annual NRHS convention special. (Note: It was still Painted Black and It still has the American Flag, And the word "Let's Roll" which the lettering and the flag was put on the tender on September 11, 2001. It has The Santa Fe logos they were put on the Tender in 2002.)
An NYC L-3b #3042 Water Tender is Repainted for the American Freedom Train. No. 2101 is using this tender. (Note: It is Numbered 1776-1976, and Painted Red, and White)
The NYC L-3b #3042 Water Tender is Repainted for the Chessie Steam Special (Note: It was Painted Yellow, and Orange with a Picture of a horse racing an early locomotive were a collaborative effort of Franklyn J. Carr of Chessie System and noted railroad artist Bob Lorenz).
The NYC L-3b #3042 is now at the National New York Central Railroad Museum as RGSX 3001.
A UP GE GTEL Gas Electric Turbine diesel locomotive fuel tender is on static display at the Illinois Railway Museum.
Auxiliary Water Tender 759A a former Norfolk & Western tender is on display at Steamtown in Scranton, PA.
A Former Louisville & Nashville water tender #40973 which was Originally a Louisville & Nashville M-1 Berkshire tender is used on the Chessie Safety Express. (Note: The tender is lettered "Chessie's Safety Express" with a Crossing sign with Red Lights.)