Howard W. Boothroyd snapped Central Vermont 4-6-2 No. 231 at White River Junction, Vermont on June 22, 1940 in a photo purchased from an eBay vendor. The afternoon shadows and the New Haven-style coach in the consist suggest this may be a northbound train with through connections from New York; the depot in the background still serves Amtrak. The three Pacifics of class K-3-b were erected by Baldwin in 1912; later modifications included being equipped with superheaters. They had 73-inch drivers, 23x28-inch cylinders, and 195 p.s.i. of boiler pressure. With 2754 square feet of evaporative heating surface and 626 square feet of superheater surface, they had 50½ square feet of grate area. Their locomotive weight was 240,880 pounds, and they produced 33,631 pounds of tractive effort. No. 231 was apparently scrapped in 1954.