The Chesapeake & Ohio absorbed the Pere Marquette in 1947 and thereby acquired trackage in Canada over which it began to operate some of its own locomotives in place of the PM's obsolete Canadian stable. One such locomotive, whose C&O heritage is evident in its smokebox cluttered with cross-compound air pumps, was 2-8-2 No. 1137. This Mikado was snapped at St. Thomas, Ontario by an unknown photographer on the same day as the image of 0-8-0 No. 76. It belonged to the "Chessie's" K-1 class that rolled off the ALCo erecting floor between 1911 and 1914. Members of this class weighed between 322,500 and 325,500 pounds. Their grate area, supported by an inboard-journal trailing axle, totaled 67 square feet, and they had 4050 square feet of evaporative heating surface and 845 square feet of superheater surface. Although they sustained only 170 p.s.i. of boiler pressure, their cylinder dimensions of larger diameter than stroke (29x28 inches) and low 57-inch drivers contributed to a high tractive effort of 59,700 pounds. This image came to us through the good offices of Tom Rock of Rock on Trains, Cleveland, Tennessee.