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West Coast Railroad Logging Volume 2 DVD (Equipment and Techniques)
Geography and time have brought enormous changes to the art of transforming raw logs into useful lumber. Producer-archivist Don Olsen, has spent over two decades amassing rare footage spanning 50 years, which detail logging by railroad on the West Coast - with a focus on equipment and techniques. His dream has become a reality, with the release of this Two Volume set of DVDs.
Jim Sabol spearheaded a team who provided research on the subject. Filmmaker, Warren Haack directed this unique program, which is presented in 16x9 wide screen format with stereo sound.
Volume Two covers challenges which faced railroad construction, including inclines, cableways, parbucking wrecks, plowing snow, plus log dumps, mills and the "end of the show". Footage of operations including the logging railroads of the Westside, Long-Bell at Tennant, Fruit Growers, Feather River, St. Regis, Union Lumber, Michigan-California, Clover Valley, McCloud, Weyerhaeuser, and Yosemite Sugar Pine. Rare footage includes new sequences from 16mm film, never seen before!
- Run Time 1 Hour 18 Minutes
- B/W and Color, Stereo Sound
- Screen Format: Widescreen (16:9)
- Region code 0; Worldwide NTSC
- Produced by Catenary Video Productions 2014