This locomotive was used for crack passenger service on the Chicago & Northwestern Railroad.
In 1946 the locomotive was retired from the Chicago & Northwestern railroad and it was put in storage.
Today this locomotive is now a major exhibit at the Museum of Transportation.
- This is the only remaining "Atlantic" from the Chicago and North Western railroad.
- The locomotive is one of six 4-4-2s built in 1900 for the Chicago and North Western railroad.
- It is the first locomotive to have arrived at the museum in 1948, after being donated by John Russell Smith, who bought it from the C&NW in 1946.