The enterprise harvested and sold wood. Baron arranged in Gorgan his first sawmill in the village Vyhoda. From the wide mountain railway in first paved "tram" – narrow with which horses pulled wood. This track of length 3 km, connected sawmill in Vyhoda to Tartak in the Old Mizun in 1890. So narrow-gauge railway line combined Boykivshchyna with timber metropolis of Austria-Hungary. Network of narrow railways became indispensable in harvesting, processing and marketing of timber. It widened picturesque Gorgan, becoming a witness of the greatness of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, vicissitudes of war and guerrilla adventures, absorbing flavor of local people's life and the sweat of hard working woodcutter. Having reached the greatest extent and prosperity in the Soviet era, it began gradually to decline till the end of the last century, suffering from nature and from man. The only fully restored Mizunskiy branch, once only industrial narrow gauge railway, now an interesting guided tour "Carpathian tram" was created. In 2016 its route was organically supplemented by interactive museum Heritage Center Vygodsk narrow railway.