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Logging Camp, ca. 1940s

Submitted by on April 4, 2019 – 10:40 pmNo Comment
Logging camp at the base of Mt. Rainier.

I’m not sure exactly where this logging camp was located, or what logging company it belonged to, except that is was at the base of Mt. Rainier. What I think is amazing about this shot though is the scope of the logging.

Take a look at that logging camp in the center of it all, the railroad that took the logs out and the trestle. Just zoom in and take a look.

Photos courtesy of Sandra Woods.

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