The Chesapeake & Ohio's C-14 class of 0-8-0 switchers were 1925-26 products of Lima Locomotive Works. They rolled on 51-inch diameter drivers, carried 185 p.s.i. of boiler pressure, and had cylinder dimensions of 25x28 inches. Weighing 221,000 pounds, they pulled (or shoved, being switch engines) with 53,950 pounds of tractive force. Tom Rock of T.D.R. Productions supplied this image of No. 76 for our Random Steam Collection. It was taken in St. Thomas, Ontario sometime between the merger of the Pere Marquette's lines in Canada into the C&O system in 1947 and the end of steam operations in the 1950s. The photographer, however, remains anonymous.