Vintage Logging – Stump cuts
Each Saturday morning I review 10 vintage logging, forestry and saw milling photos. This week’s review of vintage logging is about stump cuts, the massive stumps left behind from the trees felled.
Woodsmen showing the method of sawing stumps at the ground.
Showing fallers at work.
Photograph shows a man with a measuring stick standing on a stump in a cleared site Coquitlam Dam.
Felling a tree in Kitsilano forest.
Picture taken on property 3379 West 22nd Ave., Vancouver, BC.
The log which was dragged 1 1/2 miles to the boom by a duplex 4-wheel drive truck.
Photographs of logging camps and operations near Clatsop, Oregon, run by the Spruce Production Division of the U.S. Army Signal Corps during World War I.
Note that the stump cut was a tree that grew over top of a fallen tree.
Making a house out of a stump 13 ft in diam., 10 ft. high at the Larson Lumber Co. mills, Bellingham, Washington. For the St. Louis Exposition. Hegg Photo. Probably the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis,1904.