Frank King traces railroads such as the Duluth and Northern Minnesota and the Alger-Smith from their beginnings in 1886 to the railroads’ disappearance around 1937, when the last of the giant sawmills closed down. King profiles every logging railroad in Minnesota and examines their operations. Heavily illustrated throughout, Minnesota’s Logging Railroads contains maps, photographs, postcards and engineering drawings. Softcover, 8 1/2 x 11", 208 pages, 411 b/w photos.
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