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Discussion in 'Logging, Mining and Industrial Railroads' started by shamus, Jan 19, 2003.
Just about finished this area where the hugh stumps are.
Logs and stumps Oh MY !!
Very nice again Paul , and your Red Fox web site is a great delight.I don't know how you fit this all in , maybe you have 36 hour days over there !
Couple of questions of i may ?
Are the stumps comercial or did you make them , any chance of a idea how if you did?
What do you use for your rigging lines ?
Looks like they had to do some blasting on the side of the mountain to get the track in Sweat!
Cam, they are "Rusty Stumps", and come from just south of the knob, raht here in Indiana! rustystumps.com, and it's linked off ~The Unofficial Gauge Page Members Links!~.
Here's the link for the large stumps.
Wow, that is very nice Shamus!! How many little people have you got employed at one time there?
Dunno Drew, every time I look, some have gone for a break LOL
Really nice photos Shamus, it's looking great! Keep up the good work.
Got a real nice write-up in the current issue of Timber Times, Issue 29, page 30. They went a little bit further than the other magazines and did a few paragraphs on the stumps.
Hi Walt, very pleased about the writeup, it was also in Model Railroading magazine which featured my Badger Creek in October 2002.