Frisco was the only railroad to receive new engines in 1930, the 4200-4219 series. They tried to cancel due to the depression but the materials were already ordered and in production, so Baldwin wouldn’t cancel. The engines actually proved to be some serious workhorses, and until the Great Northern O-8 mikes came along, were the largest 2-8-2s in the world. The first engines received were turning in exceptional performances, and the Frisco was impressed enough with them to order a 21st engine with some modifications. It was put into service immediately and performed no better than the rest, and in fact it had less weight on drivers and proved to be less impressive. In 1932, this engine was sold to Mexico where it only ran for a few months and proved to be too hard on their lighter rail and was subsequently scrapped. I finally found a photo of this engine from an obscure collector’s estate and eagerly bought it. It’s only a small print, dark and a little fuzzy, but it’s the only shot I’ve ever laid my hands on. I apologize for the quality.