The Detroit & Toledo Shore Line Railroad, jointly owned by the Grand Trunk Western and the Nickel Plate, was a bridge route linking Detroit industries with the Toledo rail gateway. For road power it relied on a small fleet of Mikado (2-8-2) type locomotives. Tom Rock of T.D.R. Productions supplied this photo of Mikado No. 22 at an engine terminal, possibly in Toledo where the D&TSL used the trackage of the Toledo Terminal Railroad, but no information is available about the photographer and date. This locomotive belonged to the D&TSL's first group of 2-8-2s, class 21, received from Baldwin Locomotive Works 1924 and essentially following the USRA light Mikado design. They had a driving wheel diameter of 63 inches, 26x30-inch cylinders, and a boiler pressure of 200 p.s.i. Weighing 311,440 pounds, they mustered 54,724 pounds of tractive effort. Their evaporative heating surface totaled 3850 square feet, plus 918 square feet of superheating surface.