If your diesel-era railroad hauls logs, Micro-Trains® log loads are ideal for adding realism to your log cars. In the early years of logging, woodcutters were working old-growth timber. By the 40s and 50s, logging lines were serving cutting areas in second-growth and cultivated timber - the trees were (and are) younger and not as thick. These new loads have the look of bundles of smaller trees typical of those seen beginning in the late steam era and continuing today on remaining logging railroads. Use them as loads on log bunk cars or flats on your Z Scale pike.