The second incarnation of MoPac Berkshire 1902 took the form of 4-8-4 No. 2102, shown here at St. Louis in October 1940 shortly after its emergence from the Sedalia Shops rebuild program. The MoPac's "new" Northern types of class N-75 were known as "Victory" locomotives because of their important contribution to the railroad's capacity to handle increased World War II traffic. They were given cast-steel engine beds, roller bearings on all axles, and multiple-bearing crossheads. They kept their original cylinder dimensions of 28x30 inches but had 75-inch disc drivers and a boiler pressure raised to 250 p.s.i. Locomotive weight was 445,950 pounds and tractive effort was 66,640 pounds. Their evaporative heating surface totaled 4839 square feet, their superheating surface 1938 square feet, and their grate area slightly more than 88 square feet. R. J. Foster is the lensman responsible for this photo from the collection of William A. Raia, acquired from an eBay seller.