P-14 class Pacific No. 5275, bell tolling, heads northbound train No. 14 at Emerson Street in Bloomington on April 28, 1932. The P-14s had a grate area of 50 square feet, an evaporative heating surface of 3345 square feet and a superheating surface of 745 square feet. Other specifications are given with No. 5272. The photographer is not identified but the photo comes from Gary Thompson of Normal, whose father Paul F. Thompson was a GM&O conductor. This locomotive survived till 1950.