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Artifact near Camp 6 which was a logging camp along the abandoned Sawyer River Railroad in Livermore, New Hampshire. This was a logging railroad that operated from 1877-1928. This metal bracket is possibly part of a “Reach”. A “Reach” was a spruce beam used to connect loaded log trucks, and it is believed that the above metal bracket was bolted to each end of the "Reach".
Title: Camp 6 - Sawyer River Railroad, Livermore

Description: Artifact near Camp 6 which was a logging camp along the abandoned Sawyer River Railroad in Livermore, New Hampshire. This was a logging railroad that operated from 1877-1928. This metal bracket is possibly part of a “Reach”. A “Reach” was a spruce beam used to connect loaded log trucks, and it is believed that the above metal bracket was bolted to each end of the "Reach".

Location: Livermore, New Hampshire, United States

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