Wood and English Camp 8

The wharf at Camp 8, Wood and English's operations in the Nimpkish area.

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Camp at Woss

An aerial view of Nimpkish log dump.

Elk River Timber Co. locomotive fuel tanks

Near the dumping grounds at the mouth of the Campbell River.

Elk River Timber Co. Camp 8

Looking west from the centre of camp.

Beecher Lake Lumber Co. near Campbell River

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.

Bendickson Logging operations at Hardwicke Island

A typical road donkey, a 10 x 15 Vancouver Engineering Works steam donkey, built in 1910. Note the wheel type main friction device. This machine had a capacity of approximately 2 miles 1 1/8" mainline. Louis Larsen (engineer) and John Rohan (wood bucker) pictured with the donkey.

International Timber Co. locomotive, Campbell River area

B.C. Forest Service Crew

B.C. Forest Service crew preparing to fight the Sayward Fire. This photograph was likely taken at Forbes Landing.

Elk River Timber Co. booming grounds

The bundling machine at ERT booming grounds. This machine could bundle as many as 30 logs at a time.

Campbell River Logger Sports competition

Two-man chainsaw cutting competition at Logger's Sports.

Wilson and Brady Co. booming grounds

At Topaze Harbour, near Jackson Bay (Heydon Lake area).

Beecher Lake Lumber Co.

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.

Elk Falls Mill operations Campbell River

Log boom at Nimpkish Lake

This photograph was likely taken when Roderick Haig-Brown, along with Ed and Buster Lansdowne spent the summer beachcombing logs from the Nimpkish Lake. The logs that they collected had escaped when being floated to the railhead.

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

The log dump.

Hastings Mill crew at Camp 0

Hastings Mill Camp O was run by Saul Reamy. The first camp "O" was established in the mid 1880's on Thurlow Island, then moved from there in 1893.

Hastings Co. in Salmon River area

The 5 spot locomotive, owned by Hastings Co. and built by Porter (#1547 - 1894), with crew on the Sayward Bridge.

Labour Day Logger Sports at Campbell River

Ladies' log bucking competition.

Merrill and Ring Logging Co.

Merrill and Ring Logging Co. locomotives and crew at Duncan Bay. Locomotive at back is a Shay engine and in front is a locomotive used as a "crummy" for the woods crew. Crew indentification includes: Third on right, Bill ??, and fifth on right Gus Clements.

Accident Prevention Committee Meeting at Woss Camp

Back row, standing, left to right: Ted Boucher (First Aid Attendant), Art Newman (F and B Superintendent), Dunc Forbes (Woss Camp Superintendent), Viv Hunter (Personnel and Safety), Stan Lowe (Chairman, Woss IWA), and Patrick Shannon (Construction Foreman). Front row, seated, left to right: Cecil...

Rock Bay Hospital postcard

Elk River Timber Camp 8

The power line over the yard, round house, wood yard, and a drag saw blade visible on the left during the construction of Camp 8.

High lead spar tree near Menzie's Bay

High lead spar tree, near Bloedel, Stewart and Welch camp, in their British Columbia operations 70 miles north of Vancouver. Spar tree 160 feet high.

The B.C. Forest Service launch 'BC Forester'

This launch was used for all transportation purposes on the Thurlow Island reforestation project - pictured here heading out of Knox Bay with a scow in tow.

Boom tug at work near Elk Falls Mill