Assets / #76705: Historic Log Flume
Water rushes through a log flume, typical of historical logging technology. A system of flumes and dams was used to transport logs. This flume was constructed at a cost of $1 per foot. The 5-mile-long wooden flume used water to flush logs from the woods to a large sawmill on the Columbia River.
Public domain. Provided by the Colville National Forest
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- Added on January 22, 2009
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