Emerging from the Canadian Pacific's Angus Shops in 1912 as No. 1225 in class G2e with 69-inch drivers, this 4-6-2 received slightly larger 70-inch drivers in 1914 and was renumbered to 2625. In 1929, according to the CPR Steam Locomotives Database created by Ray Verdone, she was reclassified to G2u. The CPR's class G2 had cylinder dimensions of 22½x28 inches, a boiler pressure of 200 p.s.i., and a locomotive weight of 237,000 pounds. Their grate area was 46 square feet, their evaporative heating surface 2610 square feet, and their superheating surface 675 square feet. This photo by an unknown photographer, at a date and location of which we are equally in the dark, came to our Random Steam Collection by way of Tom Rock of Rock on Trains. The locomotive met the scrapper's torch in 1956.