Canadian Locomotive Company of Kingston, Ontario, outshopped 4-6-2 No. 2354 in 1942 as part of the Canadian Pacific's order for class G3e. These semi-streamlined Pacifics were a modernization of an older, tried-and-true design. They had 22x30-inch cylinders, a boiler pressure of 275 p.s.i., and a driving wheel diameter of 75 inches. Weighing 321,000 pounds, they developed a tractive force of 45,254 pounds. Evaporative heating surface totaled 3497 square feet, superheating surface 1473 square feet, and grate area 65 square feet. Originally a coal burner, between 1952 and 1956 this engine was listed as an oil burner and was scrapped in Calgary, Alberta in 1960. This Canadian Pacific publicity photo from the collection of Kenneth Levi Giffin was contributed by his son Noel.