The Baltimore & Ohio Chicago Terminal was a B&O subsidiary that handled switching and transfer chores in its namesake city. In this transparency loaned by Robert Leffingwell we view B&OCT 0-8-0 No. 1703 performing these duties at Chicago's Grand Central Station, owned by the B&O and used by several other railroads. John Szwajkart's video The Chicago Collection includes several cuts of this locomotive switching the B&O's premier train, the Capitol Limited, in 1955. This engine began life as 2-8-0 No. 1969 in class E-28a, but between 1929 and 1933 the B&O converted five members of that group into 0-8-0s of class L-3 and renumbered them to 794-799. No. 798, after carrying the number 1703, was again renumbered to 903 before being retired, perhaps as late as 1959. Assuming the specifications for the L-3 class were retained from their career as Consolidations, they had 51-inch drivers, 22x28-inch cylinders, and a boiler pressure of 220 p.s.i. They weighed 190,290 pounds, had a grate area of 47 square feet, and developed 49,691 pounds of tractive effort. The source for these dimensions does not indicate whether they were superheated when rebuilt.