On the turntable at North White Plains, New York, in 1938 is K-14f Pacific No. 4398. Outshopped in 1924 by American Locomotive Company, this class had cylinder dimensions of 25x26 inches and a boiler pressure of 200 pounds per square inch. With 72-inch drivers, they weighed 290,400 pounds and developed 38,370 pounds of tractive force (a roster source lists an additional 11,000 pounds of booster tractive effort). Wayne Koch provided this image from his collection, but the photographer is unidentified. No. 4398, originally numbered 3191, served until 1952 when she was sold to the salvagers.