Edith Lake



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Merrill & Ring "4 Spot" gas locomotive at M&R Camp

1929 Merrill & Ring "4 Spot" gas locomotive at M&R Camp, Edith (Baloney) Lake. 13x15 Williamette Trackside Unit (Yarder @ Loader) behind 4 spot. Williamette is pronounced with accent on the Williamette. These (M&R had 2) units 2 cyl. 13x15. Ready for service with all lines etc @ water. Weighed about 100 tons. Ed Aldridge used to move them with the "4 Spot". Comment by Ed Aldridge.
Photo by: Ed Aldridge

Edith Lake was named after Edith Judd (m. Edith Webster), the first white woman to travel to the lake.

Aldridge, Ed