The jacks in the video feeds look like they have their handles permanently attached, so the jacks may be of a later build or from a NZ outfit like A.G Price (who also made some "unusual" logging locos.
Unanderra in oz
There has been a lot of wind and rain here in Tennessee. This has resulted in a very good harvest of twigs. I pick them up on my morning walks and by nighttime they are fleshing out the winter forest I am trying to model.
slateworks wrote: That last photo is a great shot. Full of atmosphere.
Thank you. In researching a winter themed RR I read that it could be colorful with a lot of browns, reds, and grays. All natural tree armatures are helping with those colors. Tom
I have always liked this photo of a log landing in Oregon about 1925. This is a “colorized” version and for the life of me I have had a hard time locating the original B&W on the net. I have seen it before but cannot recall where.
Anyways ,thought I would give a shot at a rough approximation of the action portrayed in the prototype scene. I realize that I have a Stearns Heisler (Climax in the original)posing up front and my little logging people do not appear quite as tired as the workers in the colorized picture.