Crisis at the coal chute!

A Canadian National fireman remembers two run-ins with refueling equipment
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A steam locomotive fireman’s duties go far beyond the actual firing of the locomotive. Besides “keeping her hot,” with full steam pressure and lots of water in the boiler, he had to replenish the coal and water in the locomotive&rsq...

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