The Canadian Pacific was the only North American railroad to regularly use the 2-10-4 in passenger service. Delivered by Montreal Locomotive Works in 1949, "Selkirk" 2-10-4 No. 5932 was one of the last steam locomotives built for North American railroads and had a short life, being cut up in 1959 after only ten years of service. This T1c group of six locomotives had 25x32-inch cylinders, 285 p.s.i. of boiler pressure, and 63-inch drivers. They weighed 435,000 pounds and put out 76,900 pounds of tractive effort. With a grate area of 94 square feet, they had 5054 square feet of evaporative heating surface and a superheating surface of 2032 square feet — highly respectable dimensions for a non-articulated steam locomotive. This view of No. 5932, provided by Tac Foley, is attributed to A. B. Crompton but information about the date and location is lacking.