A wonderful builder photograph from Baldwin in Philadelphia. The New Haven ordered just 10 streamlined I-5 classification locomotives in the 1930s. Streamlining was the rage. The "as delivered" paint scheme is the block lettering which was changed over the years. The frame measures 26" by 15". There is a bug under the glass a some other minor crud that all looks like it could be cleaned up. There is no backing sheet on the frame so you could open it up and remove the bug. There is a hand written number of "11335" under the tender. It might be the Baldwin serial number. I don't remember ever seeing one of these before so I think it's a good photograph.