Wayne Koch came up with this New York Central publicity photo of a 1938 test run of the all-new streamlined Twentieth Century Limited. Dreyfuss-styled J-3a Hudson No. 5454, the final member of the class, is in the lead as the train departs Chicago's La Salle Street Station. Chicago was favored for NYC publicity shots of the new Century because steam locomotives were banned from the train's eastern terminus, New York City, and were exchanged for electric power at Harmon, New York. Regrettably, the Twentieth Century Limited failed to endure through its eponymous century, being canceled late in 1967 just before the merger of the NYC and the Pennsylvania Railroad into Penn Central.