On display at the Cochrane Railway Museum, and lettered for predecessor Temiskaming & Northern Ontario, is Ontario Northland 2-8-0 No. 137 in this scene A. B. Crompton recorded on June 28, 1977. Tac Foley contributed the image. These class 400 (originally class 137) Consolidations rolled on 57-inch drivers, mustered 180 p.s.i. of boiler pressure, and had cylinder dimensions of 23x30 inches. They weighed 192,000 pounds and developed 42,600 pounds of tractive force. No. 137 was formerly Canadian National No. 2164, of class M-3-e, erected in 1918 by the Canadian Locomotive Company. She is still to be found in Cochrane, Ontario, at the Cochrane Railway and Pioneer Museum.