A representative of the Canadian Pacific's P1e class, 2-8-2 No. 5168 poses for A. B. Crompton at North Bay, Ontario on August 28, 1959. This group, originally class P1b, came from Montreal Locomotive Works in 1913. In 1927 their cylinder dimensions were changed from 23½x32 to 23x32 inches and they were reclassified to P1e. These 2-8-2s featured the 63-inch drivers common to most Mikados, and had a boiler pressure of 190 p.s.i. Despite these modest dimensions, which yielded about 43,400 pounds of tractive force, these 306,000-pound locomotives served late into the steam era. This member of the class, originally numbered 5068, had a little more than two years to go before being retired and scrapped.