From the collection of Wayne Koch comes this photo of Erie Pacific No. 2902, erected by Lima Locomotive Works in 1913 as a member of the K-2 class. The same view from another collection appears on George Elwood's Fallen Flags site, indicating it was taken in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania, on August 20, 1936. These engines weighed 299,000 pounds and exerted a tractive force of 45,065 pounds. With 77-inch drivers, they carried 200 p.s.i. of boiler pressure and had 27x28-inch cylinders. Their evaporative heating surface totaled 3848 square feet, their superheater surface 805 square feet, and their grate area almost 67 square feet. Records indicate that all K-2s were withdrawn from service by 1947.