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    Logs and 4 Spot, Pacific National Lumber Co., National, WA, April 1924
    Creation Date: Apr. 19, 1924
    Catalog ID: 1957.64.B9903
    Call Number: 1957.64.B9903
    Black and white, oblique angle cellulose nitrate negative image of a Pacific National Lumber Co. logging train, near National, Pierce County, WA, April 19, 1924. Locomotive No. 4 is at the rear of 3 flat cars piled with logs, in image left background. Steam is coming from the smokestack. A few men are sitting on a log beside the locomotive. Dense trees are in the background.
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    [1906 Mason County Logging Co. Bordeaux, Wash. Camp 4]
    Creation Date: 1906
    Catalog ID: C1948.18X.30
    Call Number: C1948.18X.30
    Photograph of Two Shay locomotives standing on tracks in a logging camp. Three men stand at the front of one locomotive and one man stands at the side of the second. There are downed trees around the tracks and a piece of equipment with a raised chute is barely visible at the left.
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    [Shay Locomotive, St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Co., Western Washington]
    Creation Date: ca. 1921
    Catalog ID: 2013.0.401
    Call Number: 2013.0.401
    Black and white, oblique angle image of the front of a St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Co. Shay locomotive pulling several cars loaded with logs, in a partially forested area in western Washington, ca. 1921. The locomotive, a No. 2 model, was built by the Lima Locomotive Works, Inc. in 1909. The train engineer stands by the locomotive cab, and another man poses on the side of the locomotive. Three loggers stand atop logs on one of the train cars.
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    [Unloading logs, J. Neils Lumber, Co., Klickitat, WA]
    Creation Date: ca. 1945
    Catalog ID: 2000.176.206
    Call Number: 2000.176.206
    Photo of logs being unloaded from railroad cars into the pond at the J. Neils Lumber Co. at Klickitat, WA.
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    The Dinner Train, McDougal & Billideau, Logging Company, Landsburg, WA
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.20551
    Call Number: 1943.42.20551
    Black and white undated glass plate negative image of a McDougal & Billideau logging crew riding on a logging train car, either to or from camp, near Landsburg, King County, WA. The engineer, and 2 men hanging on the side of the engine, look at the photographer in the foreground. The crew sits in an open covered car in the background. A wheelbarrow lies on its side in the foreground. Asahel Curtis
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    Loading logs on rail car, Pierce County, WA
    Creation Date: ca. 1908
    Catalog ID: 2010.17.1
    Black and white image of logging operation in Pierce County, WA. The photo shows two loggers loading a log by means of a pulley onto a rail car. There are two other rail cars that have already been loaded on the left side of the photo. Photo by L.B. Waters, ca. 1908.
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    [Logging train arriving at Burley by scow]
    Creation Date: 1898-1912
    Catalog ID: C2016.0.26
    Photograph of a scow being towed by a tugboat. On the scow is a logging train, with its locomotive still spewing steam. On the side of of the locomotive is painted Washington Logging & Timber Co. Behind the locomotive is a flatbed loaded with timber. We are observing the operation from a beach strewn with lumber. The caption identifies the operation as the delivery of timber to the Burley Lumber Mill, part of the Burley Colony in Burley, WA, Kitsap County. The Burley Colony was a utopian community that existed between 1898 and 1912. The body of water is the Burley Lagoon.
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    Union Mills, Climax, 1906-7.
    Creation Date: 1906-1907
    Catalog ID: 1995.115.1.39
    Call Number: 1995.115.1.39
    A logging train in the woods pulled by a Climax steam lcomotive. the Union Mill Lumber Company was located at Union Mill, Thurston County, WA.
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    [Logging train, Twin Falls Logging Co., Yacolt, WA]
    Creation Date: 1912
    Catalog ID: 2007.48.90
    Call Number: 2007.48.90
    View of the length of a logging train carrying large logs stopped by a log pond of the Twin Falls Logging Co., Yacolt, WA.
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    [Log pond, Twin Falls Logging Co., Yacolt, WA]
    Creation Date: 1912
    Catalog ID: 2007.48.91
    Call Number: 2007.48.91
    View of logs being dumped from a logging train into a log pond of the Twin Falls Logging Co., Yacolt, WA. A Northern Pacific Railroad caboose is in photo right.