Redwood Region. Old growth along S. Fork of Eel River near Weott, Humboldt County, California. Note that many trees, especially in center, are spike-topped. The Highway fence consists of 8x8 split redwood posts and stringers or guard rails of laminated Douglas fir - 3 pieces of 2x8. E. Fritz, June 1929
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Location: average distance Identification: exact ground location unclear, appears unknowable No people present in picture
Rivers - Eel River - South Fork (Calif.) Fences Sequoia sempervirens - Spike-topped Sequoia sempervirens - Old growth Forest products - Fences Sequoia sempervirens - Utilization Roads - Redwood Highway (Calif.) Sequoia sempervirens Forest products Humboldt County