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Locomotive at Rayonier Railroad camp in Washington

Photograph depicts a 2-6-6-2 Bladwin locomotive at the Rayonier Railroad camp, north of Hoquiam in Washington. It is on the scrapping line 200 yards from the engine house. It was built in 1934, and possibly numbered 38. The weight is 146 1/2 tons with 59, 600 lb. tractive effort.

Locomotive at Rayonier Railroad camp in Washington

Photograph depicts #120 2-6-6-2 Baldwin locomotive at the Rayonier Railroad camp, north of Hoquiam in Washington. It is on the scrapping line, 200 yards from the engine house. It was built in 1936, weighs 186 1/2 tons, and has 59, 600 lbs. of tractive effort. Probably locomotive #38 behind her.

Parker Bonney Photograph Collection

  • 2003.13
  • Coleção
  • [after 1909]

Consists of two photograph albums that illustrate Parker Bonney's early years as a Forest Engineer. Includes photographs of the expedition to the Nass Valley undertaken by Parker Bonney, Sam Brown, and others. May also include photographs of later surveying expeditions.

Bonney, Parker

Great Northern Railway line in Washington State

Photograph depicts the Great Northern Railway line in northeastern Washington State in the Columbia River valley. The photo depicts Great Northern Railway (GNR)locomotive #684 with 23 empty ore cars and caboose stopped and deserted at grade crossing, about 8 miles south of Northport, south of Trail. Presumably this line is a spur to a quarry or mine in the hills.

Locomotives at Rayonier Railroad camp in Washington

Photograph depicts two locomotives at the Rayonier Railroad Camp, north of Hoquiam in Washington. On the left is a 2-6-6-2 Baldwin locomotive #110. It is 111 tons and has 37, 500 lbs. of tractive effort. It is being fired Sunday night for a Monday start. Beside it is either locomotive #38 or #111.

Early steam donkey at Promised Land Park

Photograph depicts an early type of steam donkey mounted on a flatcar and attached to a Shay Tank. It is displayed on the roadside at Promised Land Park, probably near Forks, on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington state.