Baldwin Locomotive Works delivered the ten 4-6-2s of the New York, New Haven & Hartford's class I-3 in 1913. Carrying 200 p.s.i. of boiler pressure, they rolled on 79-inch drivers and had cylinder dimensions of 24x28 inches. With 53 square feet of grate area, they had 3356 square feet of evaporative heating surface and 730 square feet of superheating surface. Their engine weight was 259,000 pounds and they exerted 34,706 pounds of tractive effort. Carl Weber supplied this image of No. 1091 of the I-3 class making a station stop at Norwood, Massachusetts in July 1937. An engineman mounts the pilot as a handler busies himself with mail or express. The photographer is unknown.