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Name Description Street Address City State Zip Code Telephone
Adirondack Logging with Linn Tractors A history of the LinnTractor and loggin in the Adirondack mountains. 20 Broad St. Morris NY 13808- (607) 263-5727
Hartwick Pines Logging Museum Hartwick Pines Logging Museum is situated among the towering trees of one of Michigan's largest remaining stands of virgin white pine. Here, visitors return to the state's 19th-century logging era, 4216 Ranger Rd. Grayling MI 49738- (989) 348-7068
Issaquah On Line:Logging History Display Pictures of their displays and other local logging information. They also have their newsletters in pdf format. P. O. Box 695 Issaquah WA 98027-  
LEONARD'S MILLS Maine Forest and Logging Museum Today, Leonard's Mills breathes life once again as the museum continues an authentic reconstruction of a logging and milling community of the 1790s. Route 178 Bradley ME   (207) 581-2871
Little River Railroad and Lumber Company Museum A history of the Railroad and Lumber company along with info on life on the river   Townsend TN    
Mountain State Railroad & Logging Historical Association The organization collects, preserves and interprets history with a broad focus on short line and industrial railroads and the forest and mining industries of West Virginia. P.O. Box 89 Cass WV 24927-  
PATTEN LUMBERMEN'S MUSEUM The Patten Lumbermen's Museum was established in 1962 to preserve a graphic record of the lumber industry as it evolved in the forests of Northern Maine up to the Second World War. PO Box 300 Shin Pond Rd. Patten ME 04765- (207) 528-2650
Paul Bunyan Logging Camp Tall Tales Room for the child in all of us, and many other buildings authentic to the 1900's logging era including a bunkhouse, cook shanty, heavy equipment building, blacksmith shop, barn and other exhibit rooms. 1110 Carson Park Drive PO Box 221 Eau Claire WI 54702- (715) 835-6200
SIERRA NEVADA LOGGING MUSEUM Preserving the History of Logging and Lumbering in the Sierra Nevada P.O. Box 3619 Arnold CA 95223-  
TOM'S LOGGING CAMP & Old Northwest Company Trading Post Our camp offers an authentic duplicate of a typical Northern Minnesota Logging Camp, with all the building and articles, original tools and equipment from that by-gone era. 5797 North Shore Drive Duluth MN 55804- (218) 525-4120
 

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