The Detroit & Toledo Shore Line's heaviest Mikados were the three members of class 30, erected by Lima Locomotive Works in 1936. They weighed 324,200 pounds minus tender and exerted 54,724 pounds of tractive force. With a boiler pressure of 200 p.s.i. and 26x30-inch cylinders, they rolled on 63-inch drivers. Their grate area was almost 67 square feet, and they had 3550 square feet of evaporative heating surface and 989 square feet of superheating surface. A photographer named Davis took this photo of No. 32, the D&TSL's highest-numbered steam locomotive, at a water column in Ecorse, Michigan in 1950. The image was saved from an Internet site that went offline some years ago.