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Logging by rail : the British Columbia story…

Logging by rail : the British Columbia story

by Robert D. Turner

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An insightful history and a sweeping portrait of railroad logging in British Columbia. The book begins with the small rail logging operations of the 1880s and continues through the height of the steam era, two world wars, the Depression, the change to truck logging and the last steam and dieselized logging lines. Stunning photos, specialized steam equipment, maps, plans, interviews, and a carefully researched text highlight this favourite.… (more)



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