Tahquamenon Logging Museum Photo Album

This is one of the taxis of the early 1900s. Some of the men from the logging camps would use
this form of transportation. We have many more pictures and stories at the museum.

The Tahquamenon Logging Museum is proud to display this antique truck. We have several buildings
full of early logging artifacts, plus many implements situated on the grounds.

This cook shack is a replica of the shacks built in lumberjack camps. It was built on Logging Museum grounds
in 1985 with logs donated by Mead Corp. We use this building to view our film on the history of logging
in Michigan during our daily tours. We also use this building for serving meals at our music festivals, held
on the fourth weekend of July and August.

At the Tahquamenon Logging Museum July and August are our
Old-Time Music Festivals with all kinds of music and dancing.

The McGruer House
This house is the original house from an estate that is now the grounds of the Tahquamenon Logging Museum.
We hold festivals the fourth weekend of July and August. There are flea markets, crafts, music, dancing,
lumberjack breakfasts. There is a nature trail that is approximately 1/2 mile long.

Left to Right - Thelma Kimbler, Don Kimbler, Sterling McGinn, Pete Anderson, Rose Anderson and
Jack Thomas III, Land Asset Manager, Plum Creek Timber Company, Inc.

Presenting "Employee Matching Grant" from Plum Creek Foundation, Seattle, WA

One of the many events held at the Logging Museum was a visit by the 126 Army Band!
We were treated to quite a mix of tunes from patriotic to modern by the Concert Band
as well as the Brass Quintet and the "Live-Fire" Rock Band. Selections ranged from
America the Beautiful to Devil Went Down to Georgia.