I posted an Excel chart previously, for the "Postwar Engine~Tender Guide", along with .jpeg formatted photos, for anyone to download or copy. I have the "Prewar version" also in .xls format, which I have worked on for the past two days. It was passed onto me as photos of the pages from an unidentified (as yet) book. I took the liberty to transfer the information from the pages, and compiled it into Excel, as a spreadsheet. Hopefully, it will be easy to understand the information, as to correct combinations. By putting this on the Forum, it should help those of you that wonder what Tender goes with which Engine. Feel free to download it, copy it, pass it on, to others.
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I've downloaded the spreadsheet version.
I'm glad to see that you're name thing is,"repaired". I also downloaded a copy. The tinplate forum would like this as well.
Your welcome, and glad that some have decided to download it. I have the same thing posted for the Postwar Era engine~tender combos, as well. It's there for anyone to use or download. I thought having it posted, it would cut down on people asking about "does this tender belong to this engine?".
Very helpful, thanks
To amend my original post, I have since found the original source that the info was taken from. It originally was a section on the TCA book "Lionel Trains 'Standard of the World' 1900 ~ 1943, pages 110, 111, & 112. I recently obtained the book to add to my exhaustive library.