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1. Crib trestle on the Columbia and Nehalem Valley Railroad Crib trestle on the Columbia and Nehalem Valley Railroad Trestles; Railroad locomotives; Railroad bridges; Lumber industry; Log transportation The Columbia and Nehalem Valley Railroad was a logging railroad for the Peninsular Lumber Company of Portland in the area around Columbia City, Oregon.

2. Donkey engine at Olson's logging camp, Deep River, Washington Donkey engine at Olson's logging camp, Deep River, Washington Steam engines; Logging-Machinery; Loggers; Donkey engine (Logging); Lumber industry

3. Family in front of house in a logging camp? Family in front of house in a logging camp? Families; Camps; Group portraits; Lumber industry

4. Four loggers in the woods Four loggers in the woods Loggers; Logging; Lumber industry

5. Four loggers with several downed trees Four loggers with several downed trees Loggers; Logging; Lumber industry;

6. Loading platform with logs next to logging railroad Loading platform with logs next to logging railroad Loggers; Railroad locomotives; Lumber industry; Log transportation

7. Locomotive engine pushing railroad cars with logs Locomotive engine pushing railroad cars with logs Railroad cars; Railroad locomotives; Lumber industry; Log transportation

8. Locomotive pulling railroad cars with logs over a crib trestle Locomotive pulling railroad cars with logs over a crib trestle Railroad locomotives; Trestles; Railroad tracks; Railroad bridges; Lumber industry; Log transportation

9. Locomotive pushing railroad cars with logs over wood trestle Locomotive pushing railroad cars with logs over wood trestle Railroad cars; Trestles; Railroad bridges; Lumber industry; Log transportation

10. Log being dumped into log pond Log being dumped into log pond Lakes & ponds; Lumber industry; Log storage

11. Log pond Log pond Lakes & ponds; Lumber industry; Log storage

12. Loggers in front of logging camp building Loggers in front of logging camp building Loggers; Lumber industry; Camps; Group portraits

13. Loggers with saw next to tree Loggers with saw next to tree Loggers; Saws; Logging; Lumber industry; Group portraits

14. Logging railroad Logging railroad Railroad locomotives; Railroad tracks; Log transportation; Lumber industry

15. Logging railroad and donkey engines at Big Lake, Washington Logging railroad and donkey engines at Big Lake, Washington Steam engines; Logging-Machinery; Railroad cars; Lumber industry; Donkey engine (Logging)

16. Logging railroad locomotive engine Logging railroad locomotive engine Loggers; Railroad locomotives; Log transportation; Lumber industry This is possibly Climax Locomotive no. 239, which was built in 1900 and ordered by Phoenix Logging Co. in Potlatch, Washington. En route it was diverted to Simpson Logging Co. in Shelton, Washington. It...

17. Logging railroad locomotive engine Logging railroad locomotive engine Railroad locomotives; Log transportation; Lumber industry

18. Logging railroad track in a forest Logging railroad track in a forest Railroad tracks; Forests; Lumber industry; Log transportation

19. Logs being loaded on railroad cars Logs being loaded on railroad cars Railroad cars; Lumber industry; Log transportation; Donkey engine (Logging)

20. Logs dumped from railroad car into the Columbia River? Logs dumped from railroad car into the Columbia River? Rivers -- Oregon; Railroad tracks; Lumber industry; Log transportation
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