44 tonner at another carferry dock
Author: Dick Seelye
Date: 01-10-2007 - 21:22

In addition to company branches served by such docks, Milwaukee Road served several sawmills. Thus each had it's own "locomotive" - whatever could move one car at a time.
The sawmill at Port Gamble, north end of the Kitsap Peninsula, Western Washington, had a GE 44 tonner. Complete view of the "railroad" from downtown, elevated maybe 30 degrees.

The town has a museum. Might be worth while searching a few scrapbooks.



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  44 tonner at another carferry dock Dick Seelye 01-10-2007 - 21:22
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  Note to Brian Dick Seelye 01-11-2007 - 14:03


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