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Title
Log Trestle Work Used on the Narrow-Gauge Railroad
Contributor
CSU, Chico. Meriam Library
Date Created and/or Issued
ca. 1907
Publication Information
Meriam Library Special Collections Department, California State University, Chico
Contributing Institution
California State University, Chico
Collection
Northeastern California Historical Photograph Collection
Rights Information
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Description
Photograph shows log trestle work used on the narrow-gauge railroad by Diamond Match in the Ramsey Bar country. There was no profit in hauling sawed timbers out from the Stirling Mill for this type of construction. (F. J. Anderson, photo donor) Film 10 Picture 25. Glen Dietz, donor.
Type
Image
Format
132x241 mm.
Silver gelatin DOP – copy print
Identifier
sc24711
http://archives.csuchico.edu/cdm/ref/collection/coll11/id/8979
Subject
Diamond Match Company
Locomotives
Trestles
Logging
Logging railroads
Bridges
Place
Ramsey Bar (Calif.)
Butte County (Calif.)
Source
sc24711.tif
Relation
photographs
Northeastern California Historic Photograph Collection

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