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Books: Logging Railroads of the Adirondacks

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The late 19th century marked the romantic era of steam power and train travel. And the rails reached deep into the Adirondack woods. Bill Gove, a retired forester who lives in Vermont, has written a new book that explores trains, logging and history. Logging Railroads of the Adirondacks details logging methods, the role of railroads in the logging industry and the influence of the railroads on the condition of the Adirondacks today. He spoke with Todd Moe.

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