Photographed at Windsor, Ontario is Canadian National class U-1-b 4-8-2 No. 6029. In common with most modern CNR steam power, these engines sported "elephant ear" smoke deflectors (later removed) and an outboard-journal pilot truck. A distinctive feature was the backward-angled eccentric crank of their Walschaert valve gear, clearly visible here. Canadian law required installation of a handrail around the coal bunker in the tender, also evident in this view. Notice, too, the slanted metal sheeting between the pilot and the smokebox, a typical feature of larger CNR locomotives that perhaps helped to avoid a buildup of packed snow during wintry conditions. This image comes from the collection of Tom Rock of T.D.R. Productions in Cleveland, Tennessee.