Jubilee No. 3003 makes a station stop at Montreal West, Québec in this rainy-day view by A. B. Crompton, courtesy of Tac Foley. The photo is undated. Although the tractive effort of the F2 class was less than that of the F1, their 70-square-foot grate area was larger and their longer boilers provided 124% more heating surface and 122% more superheater surface. These steam-producing features would have given them a higher horsepower at speed. Like Nos. 3001 and 3002, this locomotive was dropped from the CPR roster in 1957.