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Clyde Log Skidder

Clyde Log Skidder 1919   — Clyde Iron Works Duluth, Minnesota — Wood burning, steam powered, 4 line, re-haul skidder on wheels. A wire rope was run from its metal booms to the woods where logs were ...

Clyde Log Skidder 1919   — Clyde Iron Works Duluth, Minnesota — 
Wood burning, steam powered, 4 line, re-haul skidder on wheels. A wire rope was run from its metal booms to the woods where logs were hooked and hauled into piles near the tracks.
This is the only double-end skidder known to exist!

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