In 1944, Montreal Locomotive Works built 20 bullet-nosed, green-skirted 4-8-2s for the Canadian National. They were the last steam engines ordered for the railroad, and their lighter Mountain-type design was intended to render them usable over more of the system than the U-2 4-8-4s, the last of which were delivered the same year. The prototype of the Canadian National's U-1-f bullet-nosed 4-8-2s, No. 6060, is operational today. Owned by the Rocky Mountain Railway Society in Calgary, Alberta, she has seen service on railfan excursions through the years. An unknown photographer took this transparency of No. 6060, probably at Gravenhurst, Ontario, during a July 10, 1976 fan trip from Toronto. We display this photo courtesy of Tom Rock and Rock on Trains. For another view of No. 6060 on a slightly later trip, click here. For the dimensions of this class, see the commentary for No. 6062.