Wilson and Brady log dump in Drew Harbour

Wilson and Brady operations on Quadra Island at what appears to be their log dump at Drew Harbour. The locomotive is a wood-burning Climax model.

Clark and Lyford hand fallers near Booker Lagoon

Close view of fallers at work on 6-foot cedar tree, showing undercut, and about 32 feet of the trunk of the tree. Location: Surveyed Timber Limit 8890, Broughton Island, B.C., at an elevation of 120 feet above Booker Lagoon.

International Timber Co. locomotives in camp

Iron River Logging in Oyster Bay

Norm Hammond and Bear - the camp pet.

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Camp at Woss

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. steam engine 111 at Woss. It was purchased from Weyerhauser in 1948 and scrapped at Nimpkish in 1961. The engine is a Baldwin, construction #60811, built in 1929.

Woss camp logger sports

Alan Boyko - the winner of the Eye Splice with a time of 3 minutes and 6.1 seconds. Alan won the World Championship in the loggers eye splicing contest the year of this photo, and in subsequent years he also won the Canadian Championship for the same event. Eye splicing has fallen to the wayside as...

Logging at Heydon Lake

The boat on the right of the skid road was used to tow logs from various log dumps in the lake out to the road.

T.J. Brown Logging Co. near Campbell River

Hayrake and spar tree in operation. This was the first time T.J. Brown Co. used this set up and the operator had rigged the hayrake too high.

Canadian Forest Products locomotive

Locomotive 113 near Woss camp.

Dot Logging Co. at Knight Inlet

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

Steam donkey in operation likely on Quadra Island

First crew of loggers at Port Neville

Loggers putting the undercut in a tree before falling

The Local 742

Elk River Timber Co. camp bunkhouses at Camp 8

Hernando Island loggers

Wilfred Manson, Nicol Manson, Jack Manson, and Ervin McKay beside an early steam winch.

Loggers on holiday at Heriot Bay on Quadra Island

At the launch of the Bull family's new boat, the New Zealand, a tug-of-war between the miners and the loggers took place.

Quinsam Trucking co. Campbell River

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

Logging crew and families at Elk Bay

J. Phelps' logging camp at Elk Bay.

Granite Bay booming grounds

Coal Creek Logging Ltd. booming grounds at Granite Bay on Quadra Island. Coal Creek Logging Ltd. was owned and operated by Les and Agnes Bestwick. In 1944 they moved their truck logging operations to Granite Bay and logged in that area until 1955/56. They sold their logging operation to the...

Grapple Crane at Elk Falls Mill

The grapple crane lifts log bundles from the mill's booming grounds onto the woodmill log deck.

Coal Creek Logging Ltd. camp, Granite Bay

Coal Creek Logging Ltd. was owned and operated by Les and Agnes Bestwick. In 1944 they moved their truck logging operations to Granite Bay and logged in that area until 1955/56. They sold their logging operation to the Baikie Brothers of Campbell River.

Little Bear River at Hasting Co. operations

Logs were dragged down the skid road and into the sea at the log dump.

Powell River Co. in Kingcome Inlet

View of the Powell River Co. beach camp at Kingcome Inlet showing the booming grounds.

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Camp at Woss

Cat logging.