Erie Berkshire No. 3361 of class S-3 poses at the terminal in Port Jervis, New York, in 1939. The image, by an unnamed photographer, was taken from a Flickr site that was discontinued in 2008; it also appears in the ABPR Archive, uploaded by a user in 2003. The Erie 2-8-4s transformed the railroad into a high-speed freight line between East and Midwest. Thereafter, most 2-8-4s outshopped by American builders had 69-inch drivers, and the railroads ordering them and followed the Erie policy of using them in something other than slow drag freight service. For the dimensions of the Erie Berkshires consult the pages for Nos. 3329 and 3384.