Campbell River Logger Sports

Log dump at Englewood operations, Nimpkish

Steam donkey near Menzie's Bay

Detail of Combination Yarder and Loader from side away from track, showing 'Tootsie' whistle signal manufactured by C. M. Lovsted and Co., Alaska building, Seattle. Willamette 11x14 High Speed Yarder and Loader. June 22, 1917, 5:50 p.m. Bloedel, Stewart and Welch B.C. Logging...

Caterpillar logging on Quadra Island

Clay Anderson operating a caterpillar in Granite Bay, Quadra Island.

An old Fir stump

Chas. A. Rooth on top of an old Fir stump on abandoned right of way near Camp 0 of British Columbia Mills, Timber and Trading Company; Simonds Saw Sigh on stump.

Rock Bay

A view of the railroad tracks in the Rock Bay area, Bear Mountain in the background.

A truck loaded with big timber

Linda Workman standing on the exhaust pipe of a loaded logging truck.

Bendickson Logging crew members

Aaron Erickson, Ed Hill, Stan Finny, and John Nicholson. (Stan Finny was fireman and later married Myrtle Abbot, the teacher. He went on to operate big units in the larger camps.)

Sayward Logger Sports

Brian Herlihy competing in the axe chopping event.

Merrill Ring Wilson Ltd. at Big Tree Creek

A diesel with a Caterpillar engine - on a new sled near Merrill Ring Wilson Ltd. operations at Big Tree Creek camp.

The Local 742

Bendickson Logging steam donkey and visitors

From left: George Bendickson, Buster Forberg, Barney Bendickson, and Fred Bendickson visiting Ed Hill (engineer) as he services his donkey.

Loggers at Elk River Timber Co. camp

Sparky Hughes, Ray Manning, Tom Larnie, Willie Granlund, and three others on steps of bunkhouse at ERT camp, possibly at Camp 8 at Echo Lake.

Powell River Co. in Kingcome Inlet

Powell River Co. cooks standing inside the cookhouse kitchen at their operations at Kingcome Inlet.

Logging truck with a load of logs

Elk River Timber Co. truck hauling timber opposite the Strathcona Park Lodge on the Upper Campbell Lake.

Steam donkey and crew Menzie's Bay

Elk River Timber Co. log dump

Unloading logs at the ERT log dump in the Campbell River Estuary. The 'Humdirgen' (machine on left) was a steam-powered log unloader used to sweep logs off the flat car, and cheese blocks were used on the corners to hold the logs in place.

Aftermath of Sayward Fire

Farewell or Muskeg Lake (in from Roberts Lake) after the fire.

First crew of loggers at Port Neville

Logging camp office at Oyster Bay

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Camp at Woss

Saw filers at work inside the Canadian Forest Products Ltd., filing shed at their logging camp at Woss.

Bloedel, Stewart and Welch in Menzie's Bay

The store and office at Menzie's Bay.

Merrill Ring Wilson Ltd. camp at Big Tree Creek

A Shay locomotive on the tracks part of Merrill Ring Wilson Ltd. operations near Big Tree Creek.

Elk River Timber at Gooseneck Lake

Logs were brought to Gooseneck Lake truck and dumped and then were loaded on railcars at this loading area.

Elk Falls Mill first aid team