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Dubois, Wyoming: Tie Hack Monument Team Field Report

US Hwy 26, Dubois, WY
18 miles west of downtown Dubois on US Hwy 26/287. The monument stands on a high bluff on the south side of the highway. Look for the large pullout.
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Tie Hack Monument.

Tie Hack Monument

Tie Hacks "hacked" railroad ties out of Wyoming trees. In 1946 their employer erected an impressive monument in their honor. Report... [10/17/2016]

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Tie Hack monument.

Tie Hack Monument

The Tie Hack Monument honors the loggers who "hacked" railroad ties out of Wyoming trees and then floated them down flumes and rivers. A small section of a flume is also on display at the monument.

[Deborah Byrne, 09/07/2015]

The 14-foot-tall limestone-carved Tie Hacker was erected by the Wyoming Tie and Timber Company in 1946.

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