Photos Submitted by Bill Fisher

East Side Lumber Co., 1985, served by a spur that took off from a switch facing easterly, and automobiles entered it from Williams St. It was only in business as such for a few years, about 1951 through 1954. The main building was a big barn-like structure facing southwest, which the RR spur entered from the northeast thru large sliding doors, with racks inside for stacking wood. There was also a small concrete block building at its southwest corner for offices. Taken from Young St. a little south of the rr tracks, looking west; you can see the large sliding doors.