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Travel North out of Fairbanks on the Steese Highway, just past the public viewing place for the Trans Alaska Pipeline sits a tourists trap called Pump Station 13. One of the cars from the Overland Train there that has a home made cab to make it look like one of the locomotives. To view the REAL Thing go East out of Fairbanks on the Richardson Highway to the first turn off for Badger Road. Right after you cross the Railroad tracks on the right is Old Pete's place (aka Pete's Junkyard).
Recent reports indicate that the Land Train seen below was purchased from the Junkyard by the Reynolds-Alberta Museum. However, this cannot be verified.
UPDATE 2 (26Aug11): The LCC-1 is currently located at the Yukon Transportation Museum. Read more...
UPDATE 1: "The property of Carl Pederson, the scrapyard mentioned below, was cleaned up during the summer 2010. Two of the LCC-1 trailers were scrapped, but I last saw the locomotive loaded to be trucked off. I'm sure it did not go to scrap though." - Thanks for that Update Bruce (09Mar11).
Between 1988-1992 there was a YS-1 Snowtrains/LCC-1 sitting in a scrap yard at the rear of Ft.Wainwright at Fairbanks, AK off of Badger Road between Badger Gate and Rich Hwy toward North Pole (source). One reader responded to the site Contact Form that "The trailers were being used as decking for a house on the same plot of land. " This image would tend to confirm that account.