Canadian Pacific class P2k 2-8-2 No. 5468 was in Delson, Québec, at the Canadian Railway Museum when A. B. Crompton photographed her on July 13, 1966. Currently the locomotive is displayed in Revelstoke, British Columbia at the Revelstoke Railway Museum. The CPR's P2k class of 12 engines was the last group of Mikados built for regular service in North America, coming from Montreal Locomotive Works in 1948. With the customary 63-inch drivers, these engines sustained 275 p.s.i. of boiler pressure and had cylinders of 23x32 inches. They weighed 306,000 pounds, and produced 62,800 pounds of tractive effort. As the CPR's latest main line freight locomotives they had an 84-square-foot grate area, 3436 square feet of evaporative heating surface, and 970 square feet of superheating surface. The photo came to our Random Steam Collection from Tac Foley.