I caught Hudson No. 5367 at Gaylord, Michigan, in August 1952, heading up the Sunday-only Timberliner bound from Mackinaw City to Detroit. These engines of class J-1d sustained a steam pressure of 225 pounds per square inch and had 25x28-inch cylinders. Like all New York Central Hudsons except the 20 of class J-2 operated by lessee Boston & Albany, they featured 79-inch drivers. With their booster operating the J-1s produced 53,250 pounds of tractive force, and they weighed between 360,000 and 365,000 pounds depending on their subclass. Retired in 1953 and cut up the following year, No. 5367 — originally the Michigan Central's 8222 — was for a time assigned to the MC's Ontario subsidiary, the Canada Southern. Viewer Tom Rock has supplied a photo of her at the head of a mail and express train departing Windsor, Ontario, attributed to Walter Taylor.