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Big Incline – National, Wash.

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Big Incline, Pac. Nat. Lumber Co., 1926

Big Incline, Pac. Nat. Lumber Co., 1926

This image was recently donated to the Eatonville Historical Society. It was taken by photographer C. Kinsey in August 1926 of the “Big Incline” at Pacific National Lumber Company in National, Wash.

There were a number of logging accidents every year in the area. This incline looks dangerous even without loggers using it.

Photo courtesy of Eatonville Historical Society.

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