Robert Graham captured No. 5369, formerly Michigan Central No. 8224, on film at an unknown location before the 1936 system renumbering. She was one of 75 members of class J-1d outshopped by American Locomotive Company, located along NYC trackage in Schenectady, New York, in 1929-30. (For her dimensions, see the commentaries on Hudsons 5367 and 5379.) All Hudsons had a booster engine in the trailing truck for help in starting heavy trains. Withdrawn from service in 1953, No. 5369 yielded to the salvager's torch in 1954.