Built in 1930 by the Baldwin locomotive Works. This
locomotive hauled a passenger train between Chicago and Milwaukee on
July 20, 1934, breaking the world's record for sustained high speed by
steam power by averaging 92.07 miles per hour over a 53.58 mile
stretch. Maximum speed attained on this run was 103.5 miles per hour.
This locomotive was renumbered 127 in 1938.