The Canadian Pacific's P2h class of 2-8-2s was erected in 1943 by the Canadian Locomotive Company. These engines featured the recessed headlight introduced by the semi-streamlined Royal Hudsons. With the customary 63-inch drivers, they sustained 275 p.s.i. of boiler pressure and had cylinder dimensions of 23x32 inches. They weighed 306,000 pounds and produced 62,800 pounds of tractive effort. (For other dimensions consult the commentary for No. 5440 following.) This CPR publicity photo of No. 5417, first of the subclass, was loaned by Noel Giffin from the collection of his father, Kenneth Levi Giffin. No. 5417 was scrapped in 1957 after only fourteen years of service.