Class H-7c Mikado No. 2000 appears at Three Rivers, Michigan on March 18, 1947 in this view acquired from an eBay vendor. The photographer was Lavergne G. Isaac of nearby Constantine, Michigan. The first locomotive of the H-7c series, No. 2000 was formerly Michigan Central No. 7900. These engines had 63-inch drivers, 27x30-inch cylinders, and a locomotive weight of 322,000 pounds. A 1913 product of the American Locomotive Company's Brooks Works, they carried a boiler pressure of 190 p.s.i. and mustered a tractive effort of 56,100 pounds; for other dimensions consult the following commentary for No. 2022. No. 2000 was retired from service in 1952 and sold for scrap.