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 Posted: Wed Apr 21st, 2021 07:11 pm
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Alan Sewell


Joined: Sun Nov 19th, 2017
Location: Hertford, United Kingdom
Posts: 211
Hi Si.
There is a better photo of this,
in the  "Kinsey Photographer - Locomotive Portraits"  book.

Seems Kinsey caught some of the logging brass from the Sauk River Lumber Company,
taking their nearly new Skagit speeder for an inspection trip to the woods operation.

Also tagging along are a couple of Skagit Indian women going berry picking.

In 1945 Sauk still had 15 miles of standard gauge track,
with a 90-ton Shay and a 70-ton Willamette.


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