I found this classic late 1950's / End of the steam era photograph
on My Link page Fallen Flags.Org, which is located to the
right of your computer screen at www.rr-fallenflags.org
The Grand trunk Western Railroad, was one of the last
North American railroad companies to utilize coal -
burning steam locomotives in everyday operation.
Originally built to haul passenger trains, GTW # 5043 is now
viewed working her final years, assigned to freight train service.
Her passenger train assignments are being handled by new
diesel locomotives at the time of this photograph.