Steamtown's 2-8-2 Canadian National No. 3377 sits outside forlorn but not forgotten on a spur serving as a parts source for her (now stored) older "sister" No. 3254. Built by the Canadian Locomotive Company in 1919 (two years after No. 3254), she started life as Canadian Government Railways #2977 but was immediately renumbered upon the creation of the Canadian National Railways which was formed from several bankrupt railroads between 1918 and 1923. The locomotive was retired and sold to F. Nelson Blount in 1961 to be added to the original Steamtown collection in VT. With the tender separated, the all weather cab with the small opening for the stoker is visible.