In a photo provided by Tom Rock of T.D.R. Productions, Canadian National Railways 2-6-0 No. 745 poses at an unknown location. The ancient Mogul type belonged to class E-7-a, outshopped by several builders for CNR predecessor Grand Trunk Railway between 1899 and 1906; No. 745 was part of a group of 101 locomotives erected by Grand Trunk's own Pointe St-Charles Shops in 1904. These engines weighed 177,700 pounds and exerted 27,845 pounds of tractive effort. They had 63-inch drivers, cylinder dimensions of 21x26 inches, and a boiler pressure of 180 p.s.i. No information is available concerning the date and photographer for this image. All members of this class were retired by 1959, this engine's group being retired by 1954. However, sister locomotive No. 713 is preserved at the Canadian Railway Museum (Exporail) in Saint-Constant (Delson), Québec.