Canadian National 2-8-0 (Consolidation) type No. 1931 poses with crewmen at London, Ontario on April 16, 1928. This locomotive was a member of CNR class M-4-k, erected by Canadian Locomotive Company in 1908 for CNR predecessor Intercolonial Railway as No. 131 and keeping that number in the 1912 takeover by Canadian Government Railway. This representative of the class exerted 30,000 pounds of tractive effort and weighed 174,600 pounds. She featured 22x28-inch cylinders and 56-inch diameter drivers, and had a boiler pressure of 180 p.s.i. Tom Rock of Rock on Trains provided this view which came from the collection of Ed Emery of Toronto. The photographer's identity is uncertain. The engine remained on the CNR roster until being cut up in 1951.