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Loggers standing by a tall stack of huge logs, circa 1890

Jul 29, 2011 By Abraham

I don’t think I’d want to stand where most these guys are. Also, are those two horses going to be able to haul all that?!

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      1. Boobies! says:

        They probably used pulleys to stack them. Once you secure one layer you move to the next above it and so on and so forth.

  1. Jonathan says:

    From what I am reading, a team of two horses can pull around 24,000 lbs on a sled on dirt. So, with the significantly lower friction of a sleigh on snow, they should be able to pull substantially more.

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