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ExhibitPlus CylinderSaddle6Sept03 001
6-Sept-2003 Bill Webster, Master machinist, finished the cylinder saddle for me. He does incredible work--the cylinder holes are perfectly parallel to each other within 0.00004 inches! That's better than the tolerances the original steam locomotives had. Bill said the hardest part of machining the castings was figuring out how to hold them.

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