Canadian Pacific 4-6-2 No. 2383 appears here at Calgary, Alberta on May 29, 1949 in a view attributed to Alan Bardal of Vancouver, British Columbia and acquired via eBay. Members of the CPR's G3g subclass rolled off the Canadian Locomotive Company erecting floor at Kingston, Ontario in 1942-43, intended for both passenger and freight service. Their dimensions were similar to those of the G3e class described for No. 2354 previously, but their steam-producing capacity differed with 3176 square feet of evaporative heating surface and 1475 square feet of superheater surface. Ray Verdone's CPR Steam Locomotives Database indicates that No. 2383 was scrapped in 1961.