Canadian Pacific class R3c 2-10-0 No. 5790 was erected by the railroad's Angus Shops in Montreal in 1919. Members of class R3c had 2621 square feet of evaporative heating surface, 628 square feet of superheating surface, and 59 square feet of grate area; for other specifications refer to the preceding commentary for No. 5771. Like others in its class No. 5790 was built as an oil burner and operated as such until 1929. This engine was scrapped in 1956. The photo was provided by Noel Giffin, from the collection of his father Kenneth Levi Giffin.