Polson Brothers Logging Company II
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Created 1/29/10
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Rail found during logging operations on spur line out of Railroad Camp.(5/13/08)
These two rails were found along the old NC Line. It would appear that they were dug up
when the road was rebuilt for logging.(9/14/07)
Piece of broken pipe found at camp on NC Line.(9/14/07)
Unknown metal bolts found on the E1 Line(6/25/08)
NC Line:
Remains of a crosscut saw found at camp on NC Line.(9/14/07)
Large pile of cable at camp on NC Line.(9/14/07)
Broken tie rod found at camp on NC Line.(9/14/07)
Molten glass conglomerate found at camp on NC Line.(9/14/07)
Pieces of coal found at camp on NC Line. Even though these pieces are small, I think that they came from
one of the lokies. All of the heat for the camp would have been wood, as would the donkeys.(9/14/07)
Piece of a broken crosscut saw found at camp on NC Line.(9/14/07)
Unknown pieces of metal found at camp on NC Line.(9/14/07)
Angle bar with large nails and spikes found at camp on NC Line. Note the conglomerate of molten
glass.(9/14/07)
Although not part of the why, this failed fill shows the construction of the fill in the crossing of the creek, in
the K-Line just before the wye between the D and E2 Lines on the RY-8100. (8/31/07)
K-Line:
D-Line Continued:
Intact ketchup jar found at the camp on the D-Line.(10/03/09)
Broken dishes and glass at the camp on the D-Line.(10/03/09)
Broken pipe at camp on D-Line.(10/03/09)
Unknown piece of metal at camp on D-Line.(10/03/09)
Brake shoe, pipe mount and other metal at camp on D-Line.(10/03/09)
Showing all of the cable that litters the camp on the D-Line.This is the ditchline for the RY-8200.(10/03/09)
Spike found in grade just past junction with W-Line.(10/03/09)
Trestle cap spike and possibly part of a piling on trestle just before junction with the W-Line.
(10/03/09)
Cable running along the D-Line. I don't know whether this was telegraph or power.(10/03/09)
Rail joiner found on grade between the second and third trestles past the wye with the E2
Line.(10/03/09)
Spikes found on grade between the second and third trestles past the wye with the E2
Line.(10/03/09)
Second trestle past the wye with the E2-Line. Note the one stringer still in place on top of the bents.(10/03/09)
First trestle past the wye with the E2-Line. Although the stringers have just collapsed on the west end of the trestle,
there is no sign of them anywhere else on the trestle.(10/03/09)
V1-Line:
Shown below is the impressive trestle that is still standing across the West Fork of Stevens Creek. The images show
the trestle and its massive stringers from west to east.(10/03/09)
A band of metal just after the V1-Line takes off from the mainline.(10/03/09)
Although not a part of the railroad, this is the log stringer truck bridge that was used just upstream of the
V1 crossing. Note the poor shape it is in. Walking across it was an excitement though.(10/03/09)
Trestle still standing. All of the photos were taken from the north side of the creek.(10/03/09)
Spike found in grade.(10/03/09)
(9/14/07)
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