Canadian National Railways 4-6-2 No. 5295 takes on water at an unknown location, in this photo by James Adams that my father acquired through Rail Photo Service of Boston in the 1950s. This Pacific of class J-7-c was built by Montreal Locomotive Works in 1920 for the newly-formed Canadian National Railways, but was leased to the Grand Trunk Railway under its CNR number until the GTR was absorbed into the government-owned system. No. 5295 had 69-inch drivers and 24x28-inch cylinders, and a boiler pressure of 200 p.s.i. Engines of this class mustered 39,735 pounds of tractive effort and weighed 275,000 pounds. In the late 1930s, before diesels began to make inroads in the CNR roster, the government-owned railroad owned more than 300 Pacific-type locomotives.