Vintage logging – lumber mills
Each Saturday morning I review 10 vintage logging, forestry and saw milling photos. This week’s review of vintage logging is about lumber companies.
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1940 Jack and red pine lumber piled for air drying and portable sawmill (right background) of Terreau’s mill near Squaw Lake, Minnesota. This mill saws between 10M to 14M bd.ft. per day, practically all sawlogs coming from Forest Service timber sales.
An unknown lumber mill with a complex maze of platforms, flumes and lumber storage areas.
The third picture containing the sorting tables is from “Falls City, Oregon” not “Falls, Oregon”.