No confirmed speed was ever obtained accurately. There are stories of these engines along with the larger Class F-7 reaching 120+mph. They are canidates for the fastest steam locomotives in the world, but we will never know.
Aberdeen, South Dakota plotted as a town site on January 3, 1881, by Charles Prior, for the Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railroad (Milwaukee Road). Aberdeen was officially founded on July 6, 1881 when the first Milwaukee Road train arrived.
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