Men unload maple sap from bobsled into Horseshoe Forestry Company sugarhouse in Piercefield
Looking down a railroad track at a group of men piping maple sap from a gathering tank on a horse-drawn bobsled to a storage vat in a sugarhouse. Bobsled is on hill to left with large pipe passing over railroad tracks to sugarhouse. One man holding clipboard. Racks of sap buckets or lids on ground to right. Operations of the Horseshoe Forestry Company. Photograph by George W. Baldwin. 1901. Piercefield, NY. Courtesy of the Adirondack Experience.
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