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First full train of logs going south

First full train of logs going south through "Old Camp" on way to dump. Merrill and Ring 0-4-0 14 ton plymouth gas locomotive.Left to right: Bun Yarwood, ?, Big Dave Thompson, Al Lund, ?, Bill Tourcotte, ?.May 1927.Photo by Ed Aldridge.

Aldridge, Ed

Jack Habricht

Jack Habricht, trapper and prospector playing the according in Valleycliffe in the 1930's. His cabin was located behind today's site of the Cliffeside Pub. Mount Habrich is named after him.A group of men surveyed the local mountains fr...

Merrill & Ring Camp, 1927

Looking north.Photo by: Ed Aldridge.Merrill and Ring, an American company bought their claim in 1888 for 25 cents per acre. This went from Valleycliffe through the foothills to Brohm Lake. They did not set up in the valley until October 1926. T...

Aldridge, Ed

Merrill & Ring Logging Camp

Merrill & Ring Logging Camp (1926) in the Valleycliffe Area.Merrill and Ring, an American company bought their claim in 1888 for 25 cents per acre. This went from Valleycliffe through the foothills to Brohm Lake. They did not set up in the val...

Merrill & Ring Logging Camp

Merrill & Ring Logging Camp (now Valleycliffe) in 1927. Looking north up Stamish Valley.Photo by: Ed Aldridge.Merrill and Ring, an American company bought their claim in 1888 for 25 cents per acre. This went from Valleycliffe through the foo...

Aldridge, Ed

Merrill & Ring Logging Camp

Merrill & Ring Logging Camp in 1927, looking south.Merrill and Ring, an American company bought their claim in 1888 for 25 cents per acre. This went from Valleycliffe through the foothills to Brohm Lake. They did not set up in the valley unt...

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