Yarder

Donkey, Murray Brothers Yarder

Yarder, horizontal, designed & used for pile driving (ULCo. #D-11).

Donkey, Western Machinery Three Drum Yarder

These Case-powered three drum yarders were built in the late 1940’s-early 1950’s to supply the expanding logging market with an affordable yarder and loading machine.

Donkey, Washington Iron Works Steam Yarder #3451

The 3451 Washington Iron Works, Seattle, yarder was built in September of 1922 and worked at the Craig Lumber Company in Philo, CA from 1946 to 1950.

Donkey, Washington Iron Works 12x17 Simplex Slackline Yarder, #3643

As steam yarders grew more powerful and could reach greater distances, the ability of the machine to slack the skyline was critical for maintaining productivity.

Donkey, Washington Iron Works #3404 Three-spool Yarder

Washington Iron Works (WIW) Simplex Yarder #3404 is on permanent loan to the Mendocino County Museum from the State of California Department of Forestry. The WIW Yarder was purchased new in the early 1920s by the Mendocino Lumber Co.

Donkey, Skagit B-20F Yarder, #20A186

The Skagit Steel and Iron Works of Sedro-Woolley, Washington was a leader in gasoline and diesel powered yarders and loading machines after the introduction in the 1920s of the Skagit Little Tugger.

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