See Great Video About Our Museum and Jamboree
Ken Jones, movie maker extraordinaire produced a video about our museum and Jamboree that showed numerous times on Public Access Channel 7. It can be seen on his web site CalaverasGold.tv and can be accessed by clicking this link:
It will load slowly because of its large format images, so be patient. It’s well worth waiting for.
1945 International Logging Truck
Arrives at Museum
A post WWII era truck that was used in the Yosemite and Pinecrest area has been donated to the museum. It was transported to the museum by Sam Berri Towing and is in place now in its new home.
This is the truck in 1952 hauling logs out of the Yosemite area. Note the interesting trailer that carried logs slung from the upper structure.
Many more photos of this company and their equipment in the “Outdoor Exhibits” section of our web site.
New Photos and Information About P.G.&E’s Tiger Creek Lumber Mill
We’ve added a number of new photos to the Amador County Mills section of our web site. In particular, we’ve added a lot of new photos of the P.G.&E’s mill at Tiger Creek. They used canals (ditches) to transport much of their lumber.
There is also a photo of the Mace Mill in 1889
Look in the index under Amador County, or click here.
Photos and accompanying text about Linebaugh Logging
We have an entirely new page called Some photos and some history of Linebaugh Logging. Click on the name here, or find it on the index at the right.
There is a great new-to-the-web photo on the Blagen Mill site of a giant log being split by a couple of loggers with a two-man chain saw.
There are a couple of new photos on the Raggio Mill site showing, among other things, their camp just off the Utica Grade Road, 3 miles about Murphys on San Domingo Road.
New! Many photos and a little text about Ed Adams, Blagen Mill Superintendent
Shay Prints for Sale!
Great News! Patrick’s Prints now on Special Sale Reduced by 1/3 rd. !!!!!
In cooperation with Patrick, the logging museum is selling collector-quality prints of two of his paintings that are in the OSH calendar. All proceeds from these sales go to support the restoration of Yosemite Lumber Co. Shay No.4. The Company Store has all the details.