Boston & Maine 2-8-0 No. 2349 belonged the the railroad's K-7 class, but available data do not specify into which subclass she fell. American Locomotive's Schenectady works built 70 engines in the group between 1905 and 1911, but the B&M rebuilt 66 of them with superheaters and reclassified them as K-5d or K-7b or c. Specifications for the group include 61-inch drivers, a boiler pressure of 200 p.s.i., and 20x30-inch cylinders. They weighed 176,600 pounds and mustered 33,443 pounds of tractive force. With 46½ square feet of grate area, they had 2046 square feet of evaporative heating surface and 437 square feet of superheating surface. Above, No. 2394 poses for an unknown photographer at Boston on September 4, 1939 in an image contributed by Carl Weber.