The Wabash Railroad's class J-2 Pacific No. 1677 was a 1916 rebuild of class G-1 2-6-2 No. 2052, originally erected in 1907 as part of a group supplied by the American Locomotive Company and Baldwin Locomotive Works. The rebuilds developed 34,425 pounds of tractive effort and rolled on 70-inch drivers. They had cylinder dimensions of 22½x28 inches and sustained 200 p.s.i. of boiler pressure. With an engine weight of 241,000 pounds, they had 54 square feet of grate area, 3165 square feet of evaporative heating surface, and 740 square feet of superheating surface. No. 1677, seen here at Windsor, represents the group that saw service on the Wabash's extension across southern Ontario. Tom Rock of Rock on Trains contributed this view to our Random Steam Collection, but photographer and date are unknown. This locomotive was scrapped in 1951.