Entrance to Elk Falls Mill Campbell River

Pioneer Timber Co. logging truck

Tom Townley with his truck at Port McNeill.

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Camp at Woss

Railroad construction.

Merrill and Ring Logging Co.

Merrill and Ring Logging Co. camp at Duncan Bay. Note that the bunkhouses are designed to be moved on the railroad.

Logging camp office at Oyster Bay

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Camp at Woss

A view of loaded railroad cars at Woss.

Bundling trees at the Campbell River Nursery

The Campbell River Nursery, which later became known as the Quinsam Nursery was established in 1939.

Bendickson Logging operations on Hardwicke Island

Bill Edman and Oscar Sunbeck with high grade cedar.

P.B. Anderson's logging Camp at Knox Bay, Thurlow Island

P.B. Anderson's logging camp at Knox Bay, Thurlow Island was established in 1917. The logging operation there included several miles of rail line.

Byles and Groves Logging at Call Inlet

Float camp, log booms, and crew in Call Inlet.

Bendickson Logging camp being moved

Moving the Bendickson Logging float camp from Wellbore to Port Neville. Cliff tug "Queen" towing and Wilmot Cliff was the captain.

Bendickson Logging crew on a family picnic

Members of the Bendickson logging crew, ladies and children picnicking at Patrick Point at the head of Jervis Inlet. At left, with George Bendickson between them, are faller Chris Knutson and cook Chris Knutson (who was known as Chris-cook).

Hastings log dump at Rock Bay

B.C. Forest Service Station in Campbell River

Spar tree accident at Bendickson Logging

An accident with a spar tree - the top of this spar tree has been broken off, and the righ rigger has climbed up over the mess to put up a pass line to allow re-rigging of the spar.

Elk River Timber Co.loggers

ERT crew members Paul Plamonden and Donnie Grant. Likely taken near the ERT operations at Campbell River.

Elk River Timber Co. Camp 8

Looking southeast from the centre of camp.

A rigged spar tree and donkey engine

Haig Timber Co. operations near Campbell River

Loading a rail car. Haig Timber Co. didn't have a locomotive, so they used the International Timber Co.'s rail line instead.

Reforestation at Knox Bay on Thurlow Island

A fifteen-man tree planting crew at work in the area immediately north of Lot 14, Knox Bay. The large number of stumps, downed timber and ground cover shown was not uncommon, and made tree planting difficult work. This area had previously been logged by P.B. Anderson.

Bloedel, Stewart and Welch Camp 5 at Brewster Lake

Setting up Camp 5. Russ Wilson's house is being unloaded on the Point and Bonar's house is on the car.

Boathouse - the "Shack"

Built by GL "PM" Logging Co., who had a contract to clear off the shores of the Nimpkish; but there was a dry spring and the lake didn't rise enough for the logs to be floated.

Pioneer Timber Co. logging truck

Leon Proteau in the cab of his truck near Port McNeill.

Bendickson Logging operations at Hardwicke Island

Bunkhouse accomodations.

Quinsam Trucking co. Campbell River

Joe Zanatta operated a trucking and sawmilling business in Campbell River. One of his Hayes Diesel truck parked outside his offices near the Quinsam Hotel.