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Logging Railroads of the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains

Thomas T. Fetters

Logging Railroads of the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains

by Thomas T. Fetters

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Published by TimberTimes in Hillsboro, OR .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Railroads -- Appalachian Region, Southern -- History,
  • Logging railroads -- Appalachian Region, Southern -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby Thomas Fetters.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTF23.2 F47 2007
    The Physical Object
    Pagination<1- > :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22568672M
    ISBN 100965021394
    LC Control Number2007908996

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Logging Railroads of the /5(5). The continuing definitive history of the logging railroads of the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains.

Volume 2 covers parts of north Georgia, southeastern Tennessee, far western North Carolina, and the Smoky Mountain South Slope Region. This new page hardbound book is packed with rare photos, 46 maps, and 36 locomotive rosters, with over 5/5(1). To provide an example of just how prolific logging railroads once were the book, "Logging Railroads Of South Carolina," by author Thomas Fetters (Heimberger House Publishing Company, ) details operations in that state alone.

There have been many other, similar titles published over the years highlighting these operations, ranging from California and Oregon to the Blue Ridge and Smoky. Logging Railroads of the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains, Volume 1: Cold Mountain, Black Mountain, and White Top, by Thomas Fetters, published by Timber Times, Hillsboro, OR, 8½ x 11 hardcover, pages with nearly illustrations and b&w photos, ISBN   Book Summary: The title of this book is Logging Railroads of the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains and it was written by Thomas T.

Fetters, Philip H. Schnell (Editor). This particular edition is in a Hardcover format. This books publish date is and it has a suggested retail price of $Book Edition: 1st. The Great Smoky Mountains are a mountain range rising along the Tennessee–North Carolina border in the southeastern United States.

They are a subrange of the Appalachian Mountains, and form part of the Blue Ridge Physiographic range is sometimes called the Smoky Mountains and the name is commonly shortened to the Great Smokies are best known as the home of the Great Parent range: Blue Ridge Mountains.

Logging Railroads of the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains - Volume 1 ~ by Thomas Fetters Logging Railroads of the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains - Volume 1 "Take a trip back into the days of logging railroads in the southwestern part of Virginia, the northwestern part of North Carolina and the northeastern part of Tennessee.

Logging Railroads of the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains. TimberTimes, TimberTimes, Read more about Logging Railroads of the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains.

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Fetters and a great selection of similar New, Used and Format: Hardcover. The fatality rate in the logging industry was six times that of other industries inMargaret Lynn Brown reports in “The Wild East: A Biography of the Great Smoky Mountains.” A portentAuthor: Rob Neufeld.

Transylvania & Henderson Counties, the South Carolina border escarpment. Map: T. Fetters book, Logging Railroads of the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains, Vol. Volume 4 of “If Rails Could Talk ” is the fourth of a planned eight volume series about the railroad logging along the Blue Ridge and adjoining Smoky Mountains.

In volume 4, there are the stories of the logging railroads that ran from Waynesville, NC; Band Mill Bottom, through Dellwood, and Maggie Valley. Blue Ridge Parkway Essay By Timothy N.

Osment History, M.A. WCU The Blue Ridge Parkway, stretching miles between the Shenandoah and Great Smoky Mountains National Parks, has offered [ ] Grove Park Inn We have pure air, common-sense, digestible food, quiet in the bedrooms at night, the finest orchestra outside of New York and Boston.

Bymany entities had come together to form the Great Smoky Mountains Railway, which then began running excursions. Rolling stock for the GSMR was purchased from various railroads around the nation.

The Dillsboro to Nantahala route was one of the most scenic on the Murphy Branch and the excursion trains caught on right away.

Upward of. I found this a very interesting book on two accounts, first as it pertains to logging railroads and second as a history of an area of the white mountains that we love to visit and hike. flag Like see review/5.

Fetters, Thomas. Logging Railroads Of The Blue Ridge And Smoky Mountains, Volume I (Gold Mountain, Black Mountain And White Top). Hillsboro: TimberTimes, Fetters, Thomas. Logging Railroads Of The Blue Ridge And Smoky Mountains, Volume 2 (Tallulah Falls, Anna Ruby Falls, And Jeffrey's Hell).

Hillsboro: TimberTimes, Foner, Philp S. The Logging Railroads button at the left will open a pull down menu taking you to Bill Gove's summaries, and photo albums, of several logging railroads. The logging railroads in New Hampshire were first formed back in the s as a means to harvest the vast stands of old-growth timber that were inaccessible to the logger.

Timber was. The drive: This is a big loop through the Pisgah Ranger District in ,acre Pisgah National Forest, past enough sights to keep you occupied for days. The Pisgah is the second largest national forest in North Carolina. The Pisgah Ranger District is one of four districts within the forest; it's noteworthy since it is the place where modern American forestry practices were developed.

The Smoky Mountains' virgin forest drew the attention of logging companies in the late s. The Little River Lumber Company bought o acres of wilderness in what is now the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The business plan was simple: Buy forested land, log it completely, and, once the area is logged, sell it.

Meet at the Boone Fork Parking Lot on the Blue Ridge Parkway, just north of Milepost For more details, call or email [email protected] Meet the author.Logging Railroads of Alabama, Thomas Lawson Jr.,Cabbage Stack Publications Logging Railroads of South Carolina, Thomas Fetters,Heimburger House Publishing Co.

Logging Railroads of the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains Volume 1: Cold Mountain, Black Mountain and White Top, Thomas Fetters,Timber Times, Inc.Train scenes in the DreamWorks SKG film Forces of Nature starring Ben Affleck and Sandra Bullock were also filmed on the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad.

GSMR's steam locomotive # (formerly of the U.S. Army) was featured in the film, This Property Is Condemned, starring Natalie Wood, Robert Redford, and Charles : Western North Carolina.