Canadian Pacific Ten-Wheeler No. 424 rests at Adirondack Junction, Québec with a passenger consist in this October 3, 1959 broadside view. The work of A. B. Crompton, this image comes from the collection of Tac Foley. Erected in 1915 by the CPR's Angus Shops in Montréal, No. 424 belonged to the railroad's class D4g. With cylinder dimensions of 19x24 inches, 180 p.s.i. of boiler pressure, and 62-inch driving wheels, this class weighed 132,000 pounds and mustered a tractive force of 21,380 pounds. Their small 28-foot grate area was matched by an equally modest 1081 square feet of evaporative heating surface and 195 square feet of superheater surface. Nevertheless, one source reports that No. 424, appearing here in spic-and-span condition, was not scrapped until 1966.