The New York, New Haven & Hartford, known simply as the "New Haven," being largely a passenger hauler in the densely populated Northeast, rostered 138 Pacifics in four classes. No. 1304 appears here at Norwood, Massachusetts probably in the late 1930s in an unattributed image provided by Carl Weber. She belonged to class I-2, a group of 50 engines that were 1913 products of American Locomotive Company's Brooks Works. With 73-inch drivers, the I-2 class had 24x28-inch cylinders and carried 200 p.s.i. of boiler pressure. They weighed 251,500 pounds and exerted a tractive force of 37,558 pounds. For other dimensions see the commentary on No. 1307 following.