Built by American Locomotive Company's Pittsburgh works in 1912, class F-105 Ten-Wheeler No. 9218 was numbered in the Pittsburgh & Lake Erie series but initialed on the tender for subsidiary Pittsburgh, McKeesport & Youghiogheny. With 72-inch drivers, these engines carried 200 pounds of boiler pressure and had 22x26-inch cylinders. Their tractive effort was 29,710 pounds, and their weight 210,000 pounds. This engine met its demise in 1932. The image comes from a Baker valve gear sales booklet issued around 1915 by the Pilliod Company of Swanton, Ohio.