Delivered by Montreal Locomotive Works in 1949, "Selkirk" 2-10-4 No. 5931 of class T1c was one of the last steam locomotives built for North American railroads. These six engines, with the same dimensions as the T-1b class of 1938, had a grate area of 94 square feet, 5054 square feet of evaporative heating surface, and a superheating surface of 2032 square feet — highly respectable dimensions for a non-articulated steam locomotive. (For other specifications see the page for No. 5921 preceding). No. 5931 escaped the fate of most of her sisters and is displayed today at Heritage Park Historical Village in Calgary, Alberta. This photo, acquired via eBay, is attributed to L. A. Stuckey of Brandon, Manitoba and shows No. 5931 at Banff, Alberta on September 17, 1951.