Live Steam on the Loose

Incident on a Southern Pacific 2-10-2
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During my career as an engineman on the Southern Pacific, I ran and fired locomotives carrying from 185 to 300 psi of superheated steam. The engine in this story was a 3700-class 2-10-2 which carried 200 psi of steam at 510 degrees F.Every road loco...

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