The Canadian Pacific was the only North American railroad to regularly use the 2-10-4 in passenger service. The T1c subclass of "Selkirks" 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 dimensions see the page for No. 5931 preceding.) No. 5932, shown here, had a short life, being cut up in 1959 after only ten years of service. This undated view taken at Banff, Alberta, is attributed to A. B. Crompton and was provided by Tac Foley.