Boston & Albany Consolidation No. 1040 appears in an image from 1949, only a few months before she was retired and sold for scrap. 1908 products of Alco's Schenectady words, the class G-6h 2-8-0s featured 23x32-inch cylinders, 63-inch drivers, and a boiler pressure of 200 p.s.i. They weighed 242,000 pounds and developed 45,660 pounds of tractive effort. No. 1040 was delivered as No. 2640 in the NYC&HR series, but was renumbered to B&A 1040 in 1912. No information is available concerning the location of the photo, or the photographer.