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United States Department of the Interior
3 was apparently built by Pullman. It went to the Museum of Alaska Transportation & Industry.
XL1038, 65 Ton, was built by General Electric in September 1943, #18003, as United States Navy 65-00055. It was originally Bangor Navy Base 3 and transferred as DI XL1038. It was donated to Panhandle RR Historical Society.
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