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"Shay Logging Engine 1940"

Position: 6983 (1 views)

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"Shay Locomotive - Swamp Creek area - E. Oregon" Swamp Creek area appears to actually be located in Western Oregon in Benton County on the other side of Corvallis.

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"Bowman-Hicks Lumber Co. Shay #1 in Boatman Meadows, [Maxville, Oregon] - 1924. Red Wilson, fireman, is standing in the cab. Hercial Jones [not pictured] was the engineer."

Position: 276 (8 views)

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"Bowman Hicks yard - Wallowa. Standing by #2 Shay, Hercial Jones, engineer (3rd from left). [Mutt Anderson is one of the two men on the left end.] The railroad was being abanoned - 1932."

Position: 1194 (4 views)

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"Bowman Hicks Lumber Co. #2 Shay, 70-ton - Hercial Jones, engineer, age 19. He had just been promoted to engineer by Dan Tanner."

Position: 1194 (4 views)

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"Bowman-Hicks Lumber Co. #2 Shay - Maxville, Oregon - 1924"

Position: 1194 (4 views)

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"Bowman-Hicks Lumber Company - Shay #2 - Maxville"

Position: 1953 (3 views)

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"Kenneth and Mutt Anderson sitting on #2 Shay in the Bowman Hicks yard in Wallowa. The railroad was being abanoned - 1932."

Position: 3413 (2 views)

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"Bowman Hicks Lumber Co. Speeder - Boatman Meadows - Maxville, Oregon - 1923. [The people in the picture appear to be: Seated in the speeder - Hercial Jones, engineer. Standing behind Jones in the speeder - Kenneth Anderson. And standing behind the…

Position: 3413 (2 views)

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"Imnaha, (Wallowa County) Oregon - A.B. Findley residence - built in the fall of 1884. It 'served in its day as post office, court house, home, church, polling place, and hotel.' Photo taken - circa 1915. Left to right: George Dunlap, unknown, Jane…

Position: 1953 (3 views)

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