The locomotive was sold that year to the Flint, Erving & Stoner Lumber Co. of Thornwood, WV, and owned successively by the North Fork Lumber Co. of Nottingham, WV, and then the Greenbrier, Cheat & Elk River Railroad at Cass, WV.
She is now a static display at the B&O Railroad Museum
No. 1 was acquired by the museum from the Cass Scenic Railroad.
In 1980 after swapping Western Maryland Shay #6 which had been in the museum's collection since 1953.