After the Sno-Freighter was recovered, it eventually ended up in Bear Creek, YT. It did not leave until 1965, when it was purchased by a private party. The tan colored tarp show in the image below covers the burnt out engine compartment. The Sno-Freighter now sits outside of Fairbanks, AK as part of the Gold Daughters outside museum tour. The photo below is dated May of 1965.
The Millen Collection was generous and allowed me to share this photo, and others to come in my Overland Trains book.