B&O Pacific No. 5315 pauses with a railfan trip at Aiken, Maryland, on October 11, 1953 in this color view by A. C. Zempe from the Burd collection, contributed by Frank Fabian. This locomotive, like all the P-7s, was originally named for a U. S. President — in this case the fifteenth President, Andrew Johnson. No. 5315 displays the characteristics of the extensive rebuilding applied to some of the "President" Pacifics after World War II, being reclassified as P-7e after rebuilding. For information on the rebuilding program see the previous page for No. 5314. Despite the 1949 modernization seen here, No. 5315 was retired a year before the 1957 renumbering of all B&O steam locomotives. Dimensions of the class are given on the page for No. 5304.