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Douglas fir boards in Mosstodloch Mill
Forestry Memories
No: 3562   Contributor: Norman Davidson   Year: 1971
Douglas fir boards in Mosstodloch Mill

Photograph courtesy of David Foot, Surrey taken Aug 1971 shows stacks of boards in Riddoch of Rothiemay’s Mosstodloch Mill.

The Douglas fir logs were felled in a very high quality stand of trees in Monaughty Forest from one of the Forestry Commission’s earliest plantings.

The personal Storno radio transmitter and receiver mainly used for fire warnings and management purposes is being used as a size comparison. The call sign Speyfire India is taped on the front. Who generally had this radio?
Picture added on 13 February 2017 at 09:14
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