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Railroad Links Directory: Top : Logging Railroads

Logging Railroads

Websites covering logging railroads and the logging industry as it relates to railroads. Model sites specifically devoted to logging are also featured here.

There are 43 links in this category

4L List, The Loyal Legion of Logged-on Loggers
The 4L List, The Loyal Legion of Logged-on Loggers; dedicated to the dissemination of information regarding logging prototypes and models. We will cover all aspects of the industry, from actual logging, to sawmilling and their attendant railroads; in other words, anything that is of interest to logging fans. The dates we will cover are roughly 1800 to present. We will cover all areas of the world as well, as most areas had logging, in fact, it would appear only Antarctica is off limits to us!
Info: URL: https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/4L/info (Added: 23-Mar-2002)
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Bear Creek Photos - October 2000
Some very realistic looking model railroad photos. The railroad is in a wooded setting and the modeller gives a good description of the photo process.
Info: URL: http://www.bcsj.org/rr/bcsj/bearcreek/index.html (Added: 30-Jan-2001)
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Cabbage Stack Publishing
Books on early logging railroads in the southern USA
Info: URL: http://cabbagestkpub.ns2.atspace.com/ (Added: 12-Jun-2000)
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Clark Kinsey Collection - University of Washington
Clark Kinsey's work as a photographer documented a vital aspect of the Pacific Northwest's economic and industrial history. Raised near Snoqualmie, Washington, Clark first practiced photography in the early 1890's with his brothers Darius and Clarence. During the Yukon Gold Rush, Clark and Clarence operated a studio in Grand Forks, where they remained for several years. About 1906, Clark returned to Seattle to operate a contracting business throughout the Northwest until shortly before World War I. From that time he returned to photography and spent the rest of his career documenting the logging and milling camps and other forest related activities in Washington, Oregon, California, and British Columbia. He was said to be the official photographer for the West Coast Lumberman's Association, and it is believed that he made approximately 50,000 negatives until his retirement in 1945. The images presented here comprise only a part of his life's work as a photographer.
Info: URL: http://content.lib.washington.edu/clarkkinseyweb/index.html (Added: 14-Oct-2000)
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Darius Kinsey Collection - University of Washington
Darius Kinsey was the most important and prolific photographer of logging activities in the Pacific Northwest. This collection of 130 selected images from the Libraries' collection illustrate all aspects of logging and lumbering from the turn of the century until the 1940s.
Info: URL: http://content.lib.washington.edu/kinseyweb/ (Added: 22-Sep-2000)
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Eastern Loggers Model Railroad Club
In 1981, Jerry Stangarity and John Burchnall founded the Eastern Loggers Model Railroad Club. The idea was to build a sectional layout based on the 13 book series, The Logging Railroad Era of Lumbering in Pennsylvania, by Walter Casler, Thomas Taber, and Benjamin Kline. Actually, a few years earlier, Jerry had built a diorama of a typical Pennsylvania Logging town, a not so common modeling concept. The club was just an extension of that.
Info: URL: http://sn2modeler.com/2012/11/05/eastern-loggers-a-great-experience-for-me/ (Added: 21-Jun-2000)
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Idaho Logging Photos on CD
This Compact Disk contains One Hundred and Forty-Four (144) wonderful black and white scenes of early logging in the West Central Mountains of Idaho. These unique pictures come from a private collection and may be available for only a limited time. A subject index and thumbnail views of all the photos are included.
Info: URL: http://www.goldlineproducts.com/id_log_cd.htm (Added: 1-Sep-2001)
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Industries and Occupations database - University of Washington
The Industries and Occupations database is an ongoing digital collection of photographs documenting the workers of the Pacific Northwest and Alaska, primarily from the 1880s to the 1940s. Included are images of the logging and lumber industry, shipping, fisheries, oystering and canning, agriculture, blacksmithing, bridge building and road construction, coal and gold mining. The activities of photographers at work, linotype operators and fur trappers are also represented.
Info: URL: http://content.lib.washington.edu/indoccweb/index.html (Added: 22-Sep-2000)
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Kiso Logging Rail Road
There used to be a lot of logging lines in Japan. But, as you know, a rapid motorization has driven them into an era of legend. Among those the Kiso Logging Railroad is the most famous one.

The silhouette trains in this animation are from the typical rolling stocks on the Kiso Logging Rail Road.

Info: URL: http://www.k3.dion.ne.jp/~skt/kisoani/0000.html (Added: 21-Mar-2001)
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Little River Railroad and Lumber Company Museum
Townsend, TN - The Little River Railroad and Lumber Company Museum is located in Townsend, Tennessee, at the west entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The Little River Railroad and Lumber Company was founded in 1982 as a non-profit corporation. Our mission is to preserve the history of the Little River Railroad and the Little River Lumber Company.
Info: URL: http://www.littleriverrailroad.org/ (Added: 9-Oct-2001)
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