Jean-Louis Ouellette, formerly a Canadian Pacific employee, provided this view of Mikado No. 5322 in the yard at Farnham, Québec, in the 1930s. A 1921 graduate of Montreal Locomotive Works, this engine was included in class P2b which had cylinder dimensions of 23½x32 inches, a boiler pressure of 200 p.s.i., and drivers 63 inches in diameter. They weighed 306,000 pounds without tender and developed 47,600 pounds of tractive force. Their evaporative heating surface totaled 3580 square feet, with 908 square feet of superheater surface and a grate area of 84 square feet. The CPR Steam Locomotives Database maintained by Ray Verdone indicates that No. 5322 went to scrap in 1956.