At Chalk River, Ontario, in August 1955 I photographed Canadian Pacific class H1a Hudson No. 2809 and a few other locomotives. Chalk River was not a large town, and owed its importance only to the fact that it was a division point on the CPR's line between Ottawa and Sudbury. No diesels were in sight when I visited this terminal. Like all newer Canadian steam locomotives and many built for railroads in the northern United States, No. 2809 had an all-weather vestibule cab providing greater protection for the engine crew during the colder seasons. This engine was scrapped in 1958.