Log boom, Nashwaak River, Marysville, N.B.

ST0066.jpg

Title

Log boom, Nashwaak River, Marysville, N.B.

Subject

Logging, River, Canada

Description

A stereoscopic image showing a log boom on the Nashwaak River, Marysville, N.B, Canada.

A log boom is a barrier placed in a river, designed to collect and or contain floating logs timbered from nearby forests sometimes called a fence or bag. The term is also used as a place where logs were collected into booms, as at the mouth of a river.

Publisher

Underwood & Underwood

Date

1902

Rights

Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike

Format

178 mm x 89 mm

Type

Image

Identifier

ST0066

Medium

Albumen print

Accrual Method

Gift

Provenance

Pete Spencer, Bolton, UK, Former Owner

Original Format

Stereograph

Collection

Tags

Citation

“Log boom, Nashwaak River, Marysville, N.B.,” Fourtoes, accessed August 15, 2022, https://collection.fourtoes.co.uk/items/show/324.