In 1935, the locomotive was sold to the Camino, Placerville & Lake Tahoe Railroad and renumbered #2.
It was primarily a lumber-hauling line, carrying milled timber from the company's planing mill in Camino in the Sierra Nevada Mountains east of Sacramento to a connection with the Placerville Branch of the Southern Pacific at Placerville, CA.
It is now at the Travel Town Museum were it is put on static display.
The CP< operated an eight mile line owned by the Michigan-California Lumber Company.
After a working life of thirty-three years, the last twenty-two with Michigan-California Lumber, #2 was donated to the museum in 1955.