The engine was design to work for the US Navy to operate at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
The engine work as a switch engine for the Brooklyn Eastern District Terminal between 1922-1963.
On Christmas Day, December 25th, 1963, it was retired from revenue service and it was sold to Rail Tours Inc., to haul excursions in York, PA.
It was donated to the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania and it used to be a static display from 1976-2010.
Today the locomotive is stored at the Age of Steam Roundhouse in Sugarcreek, OH.
The engine has been at the Age of Steam Roundhouse since 2011.
In 1922, it was sold to the Brooklyn Eastern District Terminal, which renumbered it #13.