Along with "The Head End," John Fasulo captured this picture serendipitously on a jaunt with his girl friend in 1974. This was the first shot, framed with not a second to spare, and shows Kevin McGarvey (1950-2008) descending the engine of an excursion train with the stack fan that was used to create a stronger draft into the firebox to get steam up more quickly. The locomotive is the Livonia, Avon & Lakeville Railroad's No. 38, a Baldwin 2-8-0, then used for tourist runs on weekends and for switching freight cars sometimes during the week. Fasulo says it is one of his favorite images and it appears in "My Passion for Trains: Railroad Images of John Fasulo" at Steamtown in Scranton, Pennsylvania, in 2008. It is being used in 2008 in Beacon, New York, as a banner to celebrate the art and artists of the area. Aesthetically, the image is more reminiscent of the 1930s than the 1970s.