Unknown year except that it was prior to 1931. The builder was American Locomotive Works in Schenectady, New York in August 1913. Its construction number was 53913, it had 68" diameter driving wheels, had 22"x26" cylinders, it weighed 203,000 pounds, had adhesive weight of 129,000 pounds, tractive effort of 28,314 pounds and steam pressure of 180 psi. It was wrecked in a head on collision with engine number 116 at Hialeah as part of a show in February 1931. It was sold as scrap to W. Wallingford in September 1931.