Seen at Richmond, Virginia is C&O class K-2 2-8-2 No. 1207, one of a group outshopped by ALCo's Richmond works in 1924. With 63-inch drivers, these engines had 28x30-inch cylinders and mustered 200 p.s.i. of boiler pressure. They had an evaporative heating surface of 4160 square feet, a superheater surface of 1173 square feet, and a 77-square-foot grate area. They weighed 358,000 pounds and developed 63,467 pounds of tractive effort, raised to 74,400 when their booster was operating. August A. Thieme photographed No. 1207 at Richmond at an unknown date in this image acquired from an eBay seller; all members of the K-2 class met the torch in the early 1950s.