Grand Trunk Western K-4-a Pacific No. 5629 brings her train into the Owosso, Michigan depot with train No. 21 for Muskegon in this early-1950s view by Edward Latta, contributed by Loren Latta. The photographer's location was the top floor of the Redmond Motors building. This left-side angle highlights the Worthington type BL feedwater heater, mounted behind the air pump. After retirement from GTW service, No. 5629 enjoyed a career as a privately-owned steam excursion locomotive in the 1960s and early 1970s, refitted with the headlight from Illinois Central 2-8-4 8049 (the original Lima "super-power" demonstrator) and a larger tender from Soo Line 4-8-2 4013. Unhappily, in 1987 she met the wrecker's torch when METRA, the Chicago rail authority on whose property she was stored, could not reach agreement with her owner on how to remove the locomotive from the property. The Herron video/DVD Glory Machines of the Grand Trunk Western features a helicopter chase of the modified No. 5629 in excursion service out of Chicago.