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west side lumber | Die Dampflokomotiven der "West Side Lumber Co. Teil 1, 5 gr ...

west side lumber | Die Dampflokomotiven der "West Side Lumber Co. Teil 1, 5 gr ...

Long Island Railroad History 1800s | Growth of the Lumber Industry, (1840 to 1930)

The Tatum Lumber Company of Bonhomie, Mississippi, (near Hattiesburg) used Shay locomotives in its wood logging operations.

Redwood log train belonging to the Caspar Lumber Company, on its way to Caspar from Chamberlain Creek

Caspar Lumber Company - history of a Mendocino redwood logging & railroad company

Steam donkey belonging to the Caspar Lumber Company

Caspar Lumber Company - history of a Mendocino redwood logging & railroad company

Stoomtrein Valkenburgse Meer. http://www.smalspoormuseum.nl/ Nederland. Foto gemaakt door © Leo Besseling

Stoomtrein Valkenburgse Meer. http://www.smalspoormuseum.nl/ Nederland. Foto gemaakt door © Leo Besseling

Walville Lumber Company's two-truck Shay locomotive no. 11, n.d. :: Kinsey Brothers Photographs of the Lumber Industry, 1890-1945

Walville Lumber Company's two-truck Shay locomotive no. :: Kinsey Brothers Photographs of the Lumber Industry,

Washington State Historical Society - Darius Kinsey

Washington State Historical Society - Front view of a locomotive pulling 7 visible large logs directly on the railroad tracks. The engineer, 2 men standing on the tender, and a man seated on one of the logs gaze at the photographer.

Logging - Lake Cavanaugh, Wash.

Amazing Vintage Photographs Document Logging and Lumber Activities in the Pacific Northwest at the Turn of the Century

Mayo Lumber 3 50-ton Shay Lima #3262 4/1924 Displayed at Paldi, VI by Mayo Lbr. 1959. Preserved 1967 at BC Forest Museum, Duncan, VI. 1995 to Kettle Valley Steam (tourist) Ry. It operated there for several years until replaced by CPR 3716. It was returned to Duncan in 2010

Mayo Lumber 3 Shay Lima Displayed at Paldi, VI by Mayo Lbr. Preserved 1967 at BC Forest Museum, Duncan, VI. 1995 to Kettle Valley Steam (tourist) Ry. It operated there for several years until replaced by CPR It was returned to Duncan in 2010

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