Consolidation No. 1162 appears here at East Alton, Illinois in its original guise as CCC&StL No. 6862, prior to the New York Central's system-wide renumbering in 1936. These locomotives in class G-46h were built by ALCo in 1912. They had 25x30-inch cylinders, a driver diameter of 57 inches, and a boiler pressure of 180 p.s.i. With a locomotive weight of 253,000 pounds, they exerted a tractive effort of 50,300 pounds. For other dimensions see the commentary for No. 1198 of class G-46L. This engine was retired and cut up in 1951. Photographer and date are unknown.