Class U3e 0-6-0 No. 6269 was built by the Canadian Pacific's Angus Shops in Montreal in 1912, and throughout its service life was assigned to various yards in the eastern part of the CPR system. With 52-inch drivers and cylinder dimensions of 18x26 inches, this engine sustained 200 p.s.i of boiler pressure. Weighing 143000 pounds, No. 6269 produced 27,500 pounds of tractive force. Evaporative heating surface was 1043 square feet, superheater surface 288 square feet, and grate area 28 square feet. With these modest dimensions No. 6298 nevertheless rated a CPR publicity photo, which Noel Giffin contributed to our Archive from the collection of his father Kenneth Levi Giffin. Details provided here come from Ray Verdone's CPR Steam Locomotive Database, which indicates a scrap date of 1959.