|Title:||21 Underwater/Submerged Logs Hemlock or Red Pine|
Numerous logs that we believe have been deep in the muck since around 1882-1895 when the Sylvester Rinard-Snowy Creek and Cranesville Tramway went through the area and these logs were used as either rails or used to support the rails for the tramway over the spring drain area. Also the large base of a tree with the intertwined roots was brought up. They have been lightly rinsed off.
13 logs averaging 9 to 10 ft and 7 to 9 in diameter 4 logs over 11 ft roughly 6-7 inches in diameter 1 log 15 inch at the base over 12 feet long but missing a slab up one side 1 log 18.5 feet long 10 inches at base 1 log 9 feet long 7 inches at base 1 log 12 feet , 9 inches base one very large stump/root ball numerous smaller pieces and root balls It is believed that these are all pine. Probably hemlock of red pine
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