Erected as four-cylinder balanced compounds by Baldwin in 1912-1913, the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe's 1337-class Pacifics were converted to simple two-cylinder locomotives in 1922-27. Here the first of the class, bell clanging, prepares to leave a mission-style station somewhere on the far-flung Santa Fe system. Photographer and date are unknown, but this class of 53 engines began to be retired in 1938 and all were gone by 1954. This photo comes from the Gary Thompson collection.