Whether or not model railroaders incorporate logging into their layouts, the industry itself holds a special fascination for them. This highly illustrated book explains the business of logging railroads and provides examples of prototype operations. Photos of locomotives, equipment, and structures set the stage for modeling logging scenes and designing a logging layout.Specialty flatcars were often put into log service, as here on the Northern Redwood Lumber Co. near Korbel, Calif. ... Some commercial model pulpwood loads have this detail and can make an ordinary bulkhead flat resemble a pulpwood car.
|Title||:||The Model Railroader's Guide to Logging Railroads|
|Publisher||:||Kalmbach Publishing, Co. - 2008|