The Atlanta & West Point Railroad, together with the Western Railway of Alabama and the Georgia Railroad, were known as the "West Point Route." In 1944 Baldwin Locomotive Works delivered two class F 2-8-2s to the West Point Route, one being assigned to the WRofA as No. 380 and the other to the A&WP as No. 430, seen here in the Baldwin builder's photo. They had 63-inch drivers, 27x32-inch cylinders, and a boiler pressure of 190 p.s.i. They developed 59,800 pounds of tractive effort and weighed 325,000 pounds, the tender weighing as much as the locomotive. Their grate area exceeded 70 square feet, their evaporative heating surface totaled 4000 square feet, and their superheater surface totaled 1210 square feet. These Mikados were based on the heavy USRA design of 1918 but carried modern features such as Boxpok drivers, a one-piece cast trailing truck, and an Elesco coil-type feedwater heater. Both the A&WP and WRofA locomotives were sent to the scrapyard in 1954.