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Arcadia & Betsey River Ry

Logging In The Pacific Northwest In HO Scale

Early construction and scenery photos

Plus the latest photos as of November 2021

McKenney's Landing Sign In or Register to add photos

More accident than good planning! The loading area I'm calling McKenny's Landing was originally intended to be modeled as a duplex loading operation. Logs were to be brought to the loading area by a skyline set-up then loaded using a duplex machine I would have to build. A the same time I was planning the Duplex operation I was working on another site I call Cat Landing where cats with arches bring the logs to the loading area. I was struggling with a loading system for this area when I discovered models of boom loaders built by Don McKenny from his drawings in the July/August '96 Narrow Gauge and Short Line Gazette. I thought I had the answer for Cat Landing. While building one of the loaders I noted Don's reference to his inspiration in one of Hank Johnston's books, "They Felled the Redwoods". A photo on pages 120 and 121 shows two boom loaders hard at work at the end of a chute. The scene also includes a couple of other donkeys and became my new inspiration for a loading site that could now include a chute, some thing I wanted but had previously not been able to include.
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