A. B. Crompton photographed Canadian Pacific 4-4-0 No. 144 at Williamstown, Québec on November 22, 1959. An 1886 product of the Canadian Pacific's shops in Montréal, she was originally numbered 351, then 230, then assumed her final number in 1914. Engines of the A2 class had 63-inch drivers, 17x24-inch cylinders and 160 p.s.i. of boiler pressure; they weighed 104,000 pounds and delivered about 15,000 pounds of tractive effort. Not originally superheated, they were rebuilt early in the twentieth century with piston valves and carried 951 square feet of evaporative heating surface and 215 square feet of superheating surface. When this photo was taken No. 144 had just become part of the collection of the Canadian Railway Museum (now called Exporail) at Delson, Québec, where she is still displayed. Tac Foley provided the photo for our Random Steam Collection.