The Frisco acquired 15 dual-service 4-8-2s of class T-54 from Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1923. This first group of oil-burning T-54s had 69-inch drivers and 28x28-inch cylinders, and sustained a boiler pressure of 200 p.s.i. They had an engine weight of 339,800 pounds, and exerted 54,085 pounds of tractive effort. Their grate area totaled 70 square feet, their evaporative heating surface 4382 square feet, and their superheater surface 1107 square feet. These engines had the Baker valve gear. This image, purchased from an eBay seller, is credited to R. J. Foster of East St. Louis, Illinois, but no information about date or location is forthcoming.