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Piles of logs on the edge of the forest.
Close up view of tree trunk.
Ranwood Lumber Company Mill.  Four smoke stacks visible.
On the Ranwood Lumber Company tract and mined for company use.
Homes visible behind train.
Bridge over the Back Fork of the Elk River gave way dropping the engine into the river.
Timber crusing (estimating) prior to purchase of the 7,600 Acre tract, known as the Ranwood Lumber Company Tract, on Sugar Creek and Back Fork of Elk, Webster County.  CH Holden, Ranwood Lumber Company;  C.W. Sprinkle, Atlas Lumber Company;  EM Bonner, Atlas Lumber Company; and Dave Cogar, woods boss.
Pickens, W.Va. about 1922 during the operation of the Ranwood Lumber Company.  J.T.
Train travels through a wooded area.
Waterfall on Little Sugar Creek.
Three men standing in front of a train engine pulling lumber cars.
Two young girls stand among piles of lumber.
Road cut into hillside.
Part of the Pickens and Webster Spring Railroad on Little Sugar Creek in Webster County.
Loader pulling up a log.
Men working with logs in the Ranwood Log Pond.
Lumber Holding Area at Ranwood Lumber Company Mill
Path between rows of lumber piles.
Equipment loads a large pile of logs.
Logs ready for loading at log dump.
Fully loaded log train on tracks.
Pile of lumber at the end of train tracks.  Loader visible.
Loader lifting up a log out of a log dump.
View of lumber mill and lumber piles.
Logs to be unloaded, in the pond of the Ranwood Lumber Company, at Pickens, W.Va.

31. Log Train

C.H. Holden seated on one of Ranwood Lumber Company's Shay Engines.
Log skidder in the forest.
Part of the Ranwood Lumber Company yard in Tioga; Mrs. Duke Burger.
Engineer (Frank), fireman (Jim), and brakeman (Dan) on Climax locomotive and a load of logs.
C.H. Holden, of Parkersburg, C.W. Sprinkle, of Cincinnati, and Dave Cougar, of Skelt, W.Va. checking a Model "T" converted for use on the Pickens and Webster Spring Railroad.
Close view of Ranwood Lumber Company 'American Log Loader'.
Log dump beside train tracks.

40. Log Dump

Coal mine entrance.  Child in foreground is Ralph Jones Jr., M.D. a Graduate of W. Va. University.
' E. M. Bonner and Associates, Ranwood Lumber Company, Pickens, W. Va. Log Cabin used for many years as a school house.'
'E. M. Bonner and Associates Ranwood Lumber Company, Pickens, W. Va.'