Believe Thais unit was sold to the Edmonton, AB transit district. Sometime in the 90s. Was used to dump pulpwood into the West Branch of the Penobscot river at North Twin, about 5 or 6 miles south of Millinocket. Way back in the day I got a ride on it, twice, the first time got to run it, they weren't dumping wood that day. The BAR had three tracks to store emptys and loads. One remains today, single ended, the GNP tracks are gone. What's left of the dumper is still there. Environmentilists put a stop to it. It was used at Dolby to dump wood as well in the late 70s and early 80s. The GNP had, as I was told, 4 small locomotive's at one time. The one above, one at the Millinocket mill, one at Sheridan (Ashland) and one, supposedly, at Greenville. However none of the natives who lived there in the 40s and 50s remember it. Also they did own a 44 tonner that came from the NYO&W, had mu connections to boot. Went to the Hartwell RR in Georgia. If anyone has any further info or corrections I'd appreciate hearing, or seeing, them.