In its prime, the Boise Payette was the big mills, big stumpage, big company towns, big camps and railroad empire that typified the Weyerhaeuser name. It operated its own common carrier, and, in addition, it fostered two more and dominated yet a fourth. These railroads, the Boise Payettes logging lines, and that of competitor Hallack and Howard Lumber, embody the whole of logging railroad history in Southern Idaho. With photographs, maps, rosters and index. Good Condition. Sundance Publications 1989. 192 pages. Hardback, no DW, with original glassine wrapper as issued (wrapper slightly yellowed). Book and boards in good condition. CI-9DQO-O1CV
The Log Trains of Southern Idaho (Witherell)
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