From a spare parts catalog issued in the 1920s by The Pilliod Company, manufacturers of the Baker locomotive valve gear, comes this image of Southern Railway 4-8-2 No. 1482. Delivered in 1919 by Baldwin Locomotive Works, No. 1482 was a member of the SR's Ts-1 class built to the USRA light Mountain design. Their 69-inch drivers, relatively low for a passenger locomotive, helped them dig into mountain grades hauling the Southern's varnish. They had cylinder dimensions of 27x30 inches and carried a boiler pressure of 200 p.s.i. With 4120 square feet of evaporative heating surface and 965 square feet of superheater surface, they had a grate area of 70 square feet. They weighed 296,000 pounds and produced 53,882 pounds of tractive effort. All were gone by 1953 in the Southern's march toward dieselization.