The New York Central System operated a few 4-4-0 or American Standard type locomotives into the 1940s. However, the Boston & Albany's No. 242 was retired in 1934, as shown in this view from June of that year in which she appears in the scrap line at Springfield, Massachusetts. Erected by Alco in 1904, she was assigned to class C-37. She had 19x24-inch cylinders and a driver diameter of 61 inches. With a boiler pressure of 180 p.s.i., she managed 19,210 pounds of tractive effort and weighed 119,000 pounds. An unidentified photographer is responsible for this image.