Frye & Humphries Lumber Co.
unknown Civil War era Rogers 4-4-0
circa 1893
Bray Lumber Co 2 

     A grand old Civil War era Rogers, posing with Joe Jackson at the sawmill of Frye & Humphries around 1893. The location is at Humphries, right outside of  Stockton in Clinch County, Georgia. Also known as Frye's siding where the 10,000 foot a day sawmill was located.  The headquarters of the company was located at Stockton.  Later the company's mill was taken over by the T. M. Greene & Co., whom added a planing and a lathe mill in 1907. The company at that point owned one locomotive, 4 logging cars and 5 miles of 30 lb rail.

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