Flat cars of logs are delivered to the Alexander Stewart Lumber Company mill at Wausau, and unloaded into the log pond.
Steroptican views of lumber drying yards of Barker Stewart Lumber Co., on Barker Stewart Island, Wausau.
Employees, horses, camp and loader of Kinzel Lumber Co., in the New Wood.
Decker Log Loader of Kinzel Lumber Co., New Wood logging operation, loads CM&St.P flat cars.
A Milwaukee Road flat car is loaded with pulpwood by workers of the Kinzel Lumber Co. in the New Wood.
Two truck shay locomotive of Kinzel Lumber Co., Merrill, WI
A 4-4-0 steam locomotive of the Ingram Lumber Co., nicknamed "The Iron Trotter". Ingram was a lumber manufacturer and dealer at First Ave. and Clinton St., Wausau, WI.
A McGiffert log loader loads logs on skeleton log log car of Ingram Lumber Co., Wausau, WI. The McGiffert pulls empty cars underneath it from behind for loading.
Ingram Lumber Co.'s locomotive #112 leads a train of logs loaded by McGiffert loader in distance.
Builder's photograph of 2 truck shay locomotive #142 built for Yawkey Bissell Lumber Co. by Lima Locomotive Works
Logs are decked for railroad laoding by boom-type loader at Barker Stewart Lumber Co.'s landing at Glandon, WI. early 1900's
Stange Lumber Co. 2-truck shay #3 leads a string of CM&StP flat cars being loaded by the company's Decker log loader, probably in New Wood in Lincoln County.
A skid mounted jammer loads logs on C&NW Railway flat cars in the 1920's
A crew in the woods poses with skidding teams of horses at the railroad near Spencer, WI.
This unidentified early logging camp was served by a rail spur. A velocipede provides transportation.
Logs, lumber drying yards and mill of Barker Stewart Lumber Co., Wausau, along the Wisconsin River.
Logs are cross-hauled onto flat cars at the Podeweltz logging camp near Grandfather Falls.
An early shay locomotive takes a logging crew to work on a CM & StP flat car.
A log loader moves from car to car on its own rails while loading logs near Merrill, WI
A crew lays ties for logging railroad tracks. The ties are freshly cut from the right of way.
Menomonee Bay Shore Lumber Company--Soper-Wheeler Company
A logging camp kitchen in Wisconsin.
Logging camp and crew in Wisconsin.