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View of the high trestle of the Sierra Lumber Company which was bought out by Diamond Match Company in 1907. This part of the flume was located near Findley Lake whic is in the north eastern part of Tehama County about 7 miles west of Lyonsville adjacent to Hogsback Road. In the foreground is the Lyonsville Stage. Left to right: George Greer, William McShane, Elmer Thomas - stage driver.