Little River Lumber Co.

Boston & Little River Railway

Standard gauge, -lb rail

Headquarters: St. Louis, Mo.

Mill Location: Selma, LA (Grant Parish)

Mill Capacity: 60,000 ft/day in 1907

Years of Operation: ?-1906-1909

Miles Operated: 9.5 miles in 1906

Locomotives Owned: 3 in 1906

Other Equipment:



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History by Tony Howe:

Little River Lumber Co. had a mill in operation at Selma, La. by 1906. They called their railroad at that location the Boston & Little River Railway. The 1906 Official Guide entry lists the railroad as running from Selma to Boston (2 miles), Pennington (5 miles), and Eden (9 miles). The company also had a mill and logging railroad at Manistee, La. Louisiana Railroad Commission approved abandonment of the railroad on January 27, 1909.



















ROSTER by Gil Hoffman: 






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