Canadian Pacific class P2e Mikado No. 5361 rests near a water column at Chalk River, Ontario, in August 1955. It is one of a number of steam locomotives I photographed in the 1950s that still exist; reportedly it is owned by a member of the Western New York Railway Historical Society and is stored at an industrial park in Depew, New York. One source mentions plans to restore her cosmetically, or possibly to operation. No. 5361 came from Canadian Locomotive Company of Kingston, Ontario, in 1926. Dimensions of the P2e class differed from those of earlier engines of the P2 series. With the same size drivers, at 63 inches, they had 23x32-inch cylinders and sustained a boiler pressure of 250 p.s.i. Their grate area measured 84 square feet, their evaporative heating surface 3436 square feet, and their superheater surface 970 square feet. They weighed 306,000 pounds and exerted 57,100 pounds of tractive force. In 1963, after retirement from the CPR, No. 5361 was stored at North Bay, Ontario for eventual preservation. When the locomotive was transferred to Depew, New York is unknown.