The Westside Lumber Co.'s 3ft. gauge line ran from Tuolumne in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains. At its greatest extent there were more than 50 miles of mainline track into the forest. It closed in the mid 1960's.

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The mill entrance
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Towards the woods
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Line slippage
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Bell Watertower
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The approach to the site
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Fueling point
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Box car
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The workshops
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Inside the car shop
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Burnt out box car
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Rotten flooring
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Main sheds
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Into the woods
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Mill site entrance
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Water tank
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Sanding stage
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The gate
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Last Loco
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Grade Crossing
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Shay #12
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WS&CVRWY
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Mill Site 1979
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Camp 24
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Camp 24 Kitchen
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