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Steam jammer used to load logs in the early 1900's.
Boom, rigging, and shed authentic to photograph.
The loggs are piled on one side and raised up an incline and on to flat car. Two men required on the ground and two on the flat car.
Mr Bubba and his crew did not have much going on at the mill that Saturday. Being in a festive holiday seasonal mood they decided to log a few Christmas trees. The company photographer caught them in an excitedway as they made it down from the mouintains with their wonderful pines to decorate...
Most of my logging locos posed for company photographer recently. 3 steamers on left are Shays, on right is a Climax and a Heisler. Two 44 tonners in back, with kitbashed critter in front and a Mack 7 tonner in front of it. Models and photo by Bob Boudreau.
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