Photographed at Windsor, Ontario is Canadian National class U-1-b 4-8-2 No. 6029. In common with most modern CNR steam power, these engines sported "elephant ear" smoke deflectors (later removed) and an outboard-journal pilot truck. A distinctive feature was the backward-angled eccentric crank of their Walschaerts valve gear, clearly visible here. Canadian law required installation of a handrail around the coal bunker in the tender, also evident in this view. Notice, too, the slanted metal sheeting between the pilot and the smokebox, a typical feature of larger CNR locomotives that aided in deflecting smoke away from the enginemen's field of vision. This image comes from the collection of Tom Rock of Rock on Trains in Cleveland, Tennessee.