The Canadian Pacific's class G1 4-6-2s were built by the Canadian Pacific shops and by Montreal Locomotive Works between 1906 and 1914. They had 75-inch drivers, 22½x28-inch cylinders, and 200 p.s.i. of boiler pressure. With these dimensions they mustered about 32,100 pounds of tractive effort and weighed 212,000 pounds. No. 2202 was a 1906 product of the Angus Shops and was originally numbered 1102 in class G1a, according to Ray Verdone's CPR Steam Locomotives Database. She became No. 1002 before being renumbered 2202 in 1924. Tac Foley contributed this A. B. Crompton photo dated April 1958 at Lambton, Ontario, although reportedly No. 2202 was sent to scrap in 1957. Simmering alongside is Class D10g No. 899 and, in the background, class D4g No. 425, both Ten-Wheelers.