Winans had no monopoly on novel designs. Other mavericks such as the Camden and Amboy Railroad's John Stevens roamed the tracks. Several sister locomotives based on the same English design were built between 1849 and 1853. All were remodeled on more conventional lines after a few years' service. (Scientific American Supplement, May 8,1897, p. 17807)

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