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Most of the time I look at old pictures like the one below of Hood River, Oregon c. I don't usually think of what it took to get the town to that point.
I don't consider the hard work and the infrastructure involved in building a railroad line. This post is a short photo essay on how they built the railroads in Oregon.
U of O Library Collection First, somebody had to figure out train routes and where to build the railroad. The men who did that were the surveyors. Here are some of the tools that surveyors used: Punk Rotten and Nasty Source: Punk Rotten and Nasty After the surveyors got things figured out, the loggers stepped in.
They used the tools above to cut down trees large and small to pave a path for the railroad. We used to have abundant old growth huge trees in Oregon and Washington, but barely any these days. Punk Rotten and Nasty Sawmills were set up, and the trees were turned into lumber for the railroad ties and to build trestles train bridges.
Punk Rotten and Nasty Then you needed workers to install the train tracks.
In the earlier years of railroad building, Chinese immigrants did much of this work. Punk Rotten and Nasty There was constant problem solving to be done. I can't figure out how they were going to figure this one out.Obituaries for the last 7 days on Your Life Moments.
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