Canadian Locomotive Company, Kingston, Ontario, outshopped 4-6-2 No. 2405 in 1942 as part of the Canadian Pacific's order for class G3g. A modernization of an older, tried-and-true design, these Pacifics had 22x30-inch cylinders, a boiler pressure of 275 p.s.i., and a driving wheel diameter of 75 inches. Weighing 323,000 pounds, they developed 45,200 pounds of tractive force. Tac foley supplied this view which A. B. Crompton captured at Lambton, Ontario on September 15, 1957. No. 2405 lasted about three more years before being sent to the scrapyard.