Elk Falls Mill paper machine #2

Controls at the No. 2 paper machine, Elk Falls Mill.

Elk River Timber Co. Camp 9

View of ERT Camp 9 looking south. The large building centre-left is the cookhouse. The large building in the centre with the two peaked vents is the bath house. You can see the railroad wye curving off to the right in the distance.

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Camp at Woss

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. locomotive on Gold Creek Bridge by Woss.

Preparing a spar tree

David Aitken halfway up a semi-prepared spar tree.

Bendickson Logging crew with families

Back row: Harry Perkins, ???, Harry Brett, Gilbert Gilbertson, ???, Carl Aurdhal, Fritchof Luke, Bill Edman, ???, and Gotfred Sundberg. Front row: Oscar Lind, Gus Halverson, Carl Carlson, Andrew Hall, Wells, a flunky, the cook, Charlie O'Brien, Buster Forberg, George Bendickson, "...

Sayward Logger Sports

Nita Van Boyen competing in the Chokerman's Race - she placed third.

Campbell River Timber co speeder

The small freight car at the "Y" at Campbell River Timber, between the big speeder on the left and the little speeder on the right.

Elk Falls Mill operations Campbell River

Bloedel, Stewart and Welch operations

A duplex loader with a heel boom.

Beecher Lake Lumber Co. sawmill

Beecher Lake Lumber Co., which was owned and operated by the Baikie family of Campbell River, was located in the Campbell River estuary area. The Beecher Lake Lumber Co. milled the wood that was logged by Baikie Bros. Logging.

B.C. Forest Service boat Cherry at Rock Bay

Loggers on loading boom at Elk Bay

Loggers, loading boom and steam donkey - part of the Elk Bay Timber Co. operations.

Tree planters' camp at Beavertail Lake

Elk Bay Timber Co. operations

Logging operations at Elk Bay Timber Co.'s camp in the Elk Bay area. Included in photograph is a view of the spar tree and steam donkey (to right).

Canadian Forest Products near Woss camp

Rebuilding the bridge to Woss camp using a spar tree and steam donkey.

Dot Logging Co. at Knight Inlet

Moving the steam donkey to a new setting at Lull Bay in Knight Inlet. Dot Logging Co. was owned by Clarence and Doug Boardman. This steam donkey (a 10 X12) was restored by the Museum at Campbell River and is now on display out front.

Loading logs at Elk River Timber Co operations

Loading logs with 'L' hooks onto rail cars, which was an extremely unstable and dangerous process.

World champion tree climber Ernie Alexander

Fire at Beecher Lake Lumber Co. sawmill

Putting out the fire at Beecher Lake Lumber Co. sawmill in Campbell River - owned by the Baikies.

Alberni Pacific's #2 - engine now preserved at Port Alberni

International Timber Co. crew with camp cook

Top row: Yeoger (time keeper) and David Jeremiahson (part owner with John Anderson, not pictured). Second row: Dutch Huland, an unknown man, and Gus Miller. International Timber Co. started this outfit, then sold it to Jeremiahson and Anderson, and then later took it back.

Bendickson Logging crew at their operations at Jervis Inlet

Bendickson Logging ground lead yarding crew. Left to right: Vic Matson (hooker), Smoland ? (chokerman), Happy ? (rigging slinger), Bill Edman (chaser), Julius Sampson (sniper), and Arthur Bendickson (signalman).

Jack Parrish's sawmill at Stuart Island

Jack Parrish in his sawmill at Woodside Bay on Stuart Island.

Aerial View of Elk Falls Mill

View of the Oyster Bay Logging Camp

View of camp taken when the tide is out, pilings from booming ground in foreground.