The Wabash's Hudson types, rebuilt from 2-8-2s, featured "elephant ear" smoke deflectors and a side skirting stripe. They had a grate area of 71 square feet with 4225 square feet of evaporative heating surface and a superheating surface of 1051 square feet. For other dimensions see the preceding page for No. 700. By 1956 all these classy locomotives has been retired after only a brief career of a decade or so. This image came to our Random Steam Collection from Dan Phenicie, but no information about photographer, date, or location is available.