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Sierra Lumber CO. Locomotive No. 2
Dietz, Glenn
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Meriam Library. California State University, Chico
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California State University, Chico
Northeastern California Historical Photograph Collection
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View of a logging railroad from the Sierra Lumber Company with four engineers in front of it, taken in the 1890s
Sierra Lumber CO. Locomotive no. 2. Red Bluff Dinoim no. 2, the antelope, near Lyonsville before 1900, Stephans, p153. Antelope, 2nd locomotive aquired by Sierra Lumber CO. . Building by H.K. Porter CO., 1884, later was by Diamond after reconducting, in Kimshew operations, 1909-1915. Johnny Neesham-right
120 x 175 mm
Sierra Lumber Company (Calif.)
Logging railroads
Lyonsville (Calif.)
Tehama County (Calif.)
original not owned
Northeastern California Historical Photograph Collection

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