Wabash No. 613 represents the E-3 class of Atlantics, in this view supplied by Wayne Koch. The photo is probably of 1930s vintage, but the photographer and location are unknown. These engines came from ALCo's Brooks Works in 1903 without superheating, but were rebuilt with 2210 square feet of evaporative heating surface and 485 square feet of superheater surface; their grate area was 44 square feet. They had very high 84-inch drivers, 200 p.s.i. of boiler pressure, and cylinders of 21x26 inches. Tipping the scale at 186,000 pounds, they developed a modest 23,505 pounds of tractive effort. All members of the class were withdrawn from service by the end of World War II.