Yep. In any case it doesn't really make much sense to talk about parts as belonging to this loco or that loco. Swindon just didn't work like that. Same as tenders. In preservation a loco in service needs a tender in service, and a loco out of service on show probably needs a tender, (although a viewing platform instead might have visitor appeal), but there's no point at all in having spare tenders lying round taking up valuable space and either rotting outside or taking up works space inside.