Canadian Pacific's G3g subclass of 1942-43 was a modernization of an older, tried-and-true design. These Pacifics had a grate area totaling 65 square feet, with 3176 square feet of evaporative heating surface and 1475 square feet of superheater surface. (For other specifications consult the preceding commentary for No. 2383.) Tac foley supplied this view of No. 2405 which A. B. Crompton captured at Lambton, Ontario on September 15, 1957. This engine lasted about three more years before being sent to the scrapyard.