J. R. Reid of Roanoke, Virginia is the source for this photo of Louisville & Nashville 4-8-2 No. 411, but the location and date are not specified. Coming from Baldwin Locomotive Works in two groups, 1926 and 1930, these class L-1 4-8-2s held down the L&N's heavier passenger assignments until displaced by diesels, all being retired in the mid-1950s. No. 411's 1926 group weighed 333,100 pounds and produced 53,883 pounds of tractive effort. With 69-inch drivers, they sustained a boiler pressure of 200 p.s.i. and had cylinder specifications of 27x30 inches. Their grate area was 70 square feet, and they had 3959 square feet of evaporative heating surface and a superheating surface of 1078 square feet.