Sierra Nevada Logging Museum
2148 Dunbar Rd, Arnold, CA 95223, USA
About Sierra Nevada Logging Museum
This is a museum dedicated to preserving the history of logging in the Sierra Nevada region. This Museum tells the history of loggers and logging-related industries in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California.
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