Camp 18 Restaurant

PACIFIC MODEL
LOGGERS' CONGRESS

ELSIE, OREGON
March 4th, 2017
Our 2017 event marks our 13th year of hosting the Pacific Model Loggers Congress. We're planning to make the 13th a fun, memorable and productive event for all concerned. We're actively soliciting clinic presenters for the March 4th event, and interested parties can call or drop a line at the Contact Us link on this page.

Pacific Model Loggers Congress
Preserving logging history in three dimensions
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Camp 18 Museum and Restaurant
It’s hard to miss the roadside sign for Camp 18 Museum and Restaurant. Look for a giant, beautifully done log cabin surrounded by logging artifacts of all kinds.

Portable logging structures for dining, saw sharpening and other functions are always popular contest entries
Portable logging structures for dining, saw sharpening and other functions are always popular contest entries.

This kitbashed cat yarder represents a later development in logging technology
This kitbashed cat yarder represents a later development in logging technology.


An enthusiastic full-house crowd enjoyed the technical and historic presentationa at the event.

nicely-done two-drum donkey gathered a lot of attention
This nicely-done two-drum donkey gathered a lot of attention.

Lon Wall entertains the crowd during the model contest awards and raffle prize presentation
Event co-host Lon Wall entertains the crowd during the model contest awards and raffle prize presentation.

Mike Bloomer’s beautifully done water tank mini-diorama included a leak frozen in suspended animation
Mike Bloomer’s beautifully done water tank mini-diorama included a leak frozen in suspended animation.

mini-diorama model railroad train contest class
The mini-diorama contest class is growing in popularity and its variety offers a lot of different creative opportunities.

rail equipment contest class covers a lot of ground. Kitbashed kits and scratchbuilt efforts populate this entry category
The rail equipment contest class covers a lot of ground. Kitbashed kits and scratchbuilt efforts populate this entry category.

Pete Replinger did a fine job on his model of the Simpson #2 Mikado, complete with its signature green paint and pinstriping
Pete Replinger did a fine job on his model of the Simpson #2 Mikado, complete with its signature green paint and pinstriping.

A PFM 70-ton Shay was rebuilt as Sugar Pine Lumber Company #10 by Jeff Johnston
A PFM 70-ton Shay was rebuilt as Sugar Pine Lumber Company #10 by Jeff Johnston.

Alfred Mullet presented his as-usual entertaining and informative clinic on the Sumpter Valley’s logging operations
Alfred Mullet presented his as-usual entertaining and informative clinic on the Sumpter Valley’s logging operations.

Pam Berrian-Johnston’s powered speeder, assembled from a BTS kit, showed signs of years of being “rode hard and put up wet
Pam Berrian-Johnston’s powered speeder, assembled from a BTS kit, showed signs of years of being “rode hard and put up wet.”

more speeders were on display in this well-attended contest class
Even more speeders were on display in this well-attended contest class.

well-done modern-era yarder was built mostly from wood, a modeling medium we don’t often see used
This well-done modern-era yarder was built mostly from wood, a modeling medium we don’t often see used for this type of equipment.


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