Canadian Pacific's semi-streamlined Royal Hudsons developed 45,300 pounds of tractive effort. They had 73-inch drivers, 22x30-inch cylinders and a boiler pressure of 275 p.s.i.; for other specifications consult the commentary for No. 2852. This view of No. 2836, of the 1937 H1c group, is the work of an anonymous lensman at an unspecified location and date. Converted to oil burning after 1952, this engine was scrapped in 1959 according to the CPR Steam Locomotive Database compiled by Ray Verdone.