Gone Is The Heyday Of Logging, Huron Shores, Circa 1950
Publication
The Sault Star, Circa 1950
Description
Creator
Edith Cameron, Author
Media Type
Text
Image
Item Type
Clippings
Description
This newspaper article was part of a series written by Edith Cameron regarding the lost days of the logging industry in the Iron Bridge area.

The article discusses the logging camp at the southeast end of Bright Lake and how the logs traveled on a narrow gauge rail line built by the Thessalon Lumber Co.

It includes memories of some of the seniors in the area who had direct involvement with these lost days.
Notes
The photo shows one of the original log trains and several logger and the train crew on board.
Date of Original
Circa 1950
Subject(s)
Local identifier
local history
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
Copyright Statement
Protected by copyright: Uses other than research or private study require the permission of the rightsholder(s). Responsibility for obtaining permissions and for any use rests exclusively with the user.
Reproduction Notes
Mary Allen
Contact
Huron Shores Museum
Email:thessalonlib@hotmail.com
Agency street/mail address:

1 James St. P.O. Box 460

Iron Bridge, ON P0R 1H0

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Gone Is The Heyday Of Logging, Huron Shores, Circa 1950


This newspaper article was part of a series written by Edith Cameron regarding the lost days of the logging industry in the Iron Bridge area.

The article discusses the logging camp at the southeast end of Bright Lake and how the logs traveled on a narrow gauge rail line built by the Thessalon Lumber Co.

It includes memories of some of the seniors in the area who had direct involvement with these lost days.