More than 150 logs are pulled across rail supported by short pilings in Marysville. Thousand of images were made of Washington's extractive industries - coal pulled out in cars, salmon piled mountain high and old growth logs. (Photos courtesy of Washington State History Museum). http://www.puyalluptribalnews.net/news/view/click-classical-photographs-from-washington-capturing-the-washington-way-of/
Longest log jam in the world took place in 1894 in Little Falls, Minnesota. 7 miles long, half a mile wide and 60 feet high. It took 150 lumberjacks, 5 teams of horses, and one steam engine 6 months to break it up. It was estimated to contain over four billion feet of lumber.