Bunkhouse at Clark and Lyford Ltd. Camp 2

Interior of Bunk House in Camp 2 of Clark and Lyford, Ltd. - typical of the better class of British Columbia logging camps. Shows double steel bunks for 40 men, stove, clothing on lines, etc.

Reforestation at Knox Bay on Thurlow Island

A ten-man tree planting crew at work in the field in the Knox Bay area. Note the supply man in the foreground carrying transplants for replenishing the team's bags. This area had previously been logged by P.B. Anderson

Woss Lake Loggers' Day

Art Williams, Best All Round Logger and recipient of the Pierre Paris Trophy. He also received 1st place for Power Saw Bucking, 1st place for Log Birling, 2nd place for Eye Splicing, and 3rd place for Obstacle Pole Bucking.

Elk River Timber Co. locomotive fuel tanks

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

Fire at Beecher Lake Lumber Co. sawmill

The Campbell River Fire Department works to put out the blaze at the Beecher Lake Lumber Co. sawmill, which was owned and operated by the Baikie family of Campbell River, and was located in the Campbell River estuary area. The Beecher Lake Lumber Co. milled the wood that was logged by Baikie Bros...

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Camp at Woss

The loading set up.

Elk Falls Mill paper machine #2

At the winder threading the sheet on the core.

Early Logger Sports

Mike Andrews and George Hulbert, from Bloedel Stewart and Welch camp, champion splicers for the Pacific Northwest area.

Loggers at Elk River Timber Co. camp

Constructing a loading ramp

Mitchell Hiriart in centre.

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Camp at Woss

Falling using an early chainsaw.

Carvings made by saw filer Oscar Hillgren

Elk River Timber Co. saw filer Oscar Hillgren was known for his unique carvings.

Load of logs near International Timber Co. Camp 2

Bendickson Logging camp on Quadra Island

Bendickson Logging camp at Open Bay, Quadra Island. Camp buildings include from left: the Bendickson house, the cookhouse, and bunkhouse.

Fire at Beecher Lake Lumber Co. sawmill

The Campbell River Fire Department works to put out the blaze at the Beecher Lake Lumber Co. sawmill, which was owned and operated by the Baikie family of Campbell River, and was located in the Campbell River estuary area. The Beecher Lake Lumber Co. milled the wood that was logged by Baikie Bros...

Bloedel, Stewart and Welch operations

Martin Fossum, camp foreman, trying out the new Burnett two-man chainsaw.

Using a cross cut saw

Gordon Flowerdew is the man on the left.

International Timber Co. locomotive, Campbell River area

Powell River Logging Co.

Locomotive and trestle, Kingcome Inlet.

Pioneer Timber Co. camp

Panorama view of the camp at Port McNeill.

Reforestation at Knox Bay on Thurlow Island

Part of a fifteen-man tree planting crew with their foreman at the junction of Tucker Point and Blind Channel railroad grades. The remains of the railroad is still visible. This area had originally been logged by P.B. Anderson.

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.

Elk Falls Mill operations Campbell River

View of the cut off saw in the wood mill. These wood blocks would then go up the flume to the ground wood mill.

Logger Sports Day parade

Beecher Lake Lumber Co.

The sawmill owned by the Baikie family; the pile driver pictured here was brought over from the original Oyster River shingle mill site.