William S. Kuba captured this view of Baltimore & Ohio class T-4 4-8-2 No. 5652 at Willard, Ohio on March 12, 1955. No. 5652, (renumbered to 752 in 1957) was one of thirteen Mountains the B&O acquired from the dieselizing Boston & Maine in 1947; originally the B&M's No. 4102, it was named Cardigan in a railroad-sponsored contest. These ex-B&M engines were larger than the B&O's home-built T-3 class. With 73-inch drivers, the T-4s sustained 240 p.s.i. of boiler pressure and their cylinder dimensions were 28x31 inches. They produced 67,918 pounds of tractive effort and weighed 416,100 pounds. Grate area was 79 square feet, and they had 4511 square feet of evaporative heating surface and 1924 square feet of superheating surface. Some members of the class operated until 1958, but No. 5652 (752) was dropped from the roster in 1957. The image was purchased through an eBay seller.