Elk Falls Mill First Aid training

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Camp at Woss

The loading set up.

Reforestation camp 31

A reforestation camp in the Salmon River area (across high level bridge). White building on the right was the office.

Campbell River Timber Co. locomotive

Campbell River Timber Co. #2 locomotive on the tracks in front of camp - likely at Camp 1.

Beecher Lake Lumber Co. operations

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 River Timber Co. crew

ERT crew members posed beside one of their steam donkey's. Steam donkey is a Willamette.

Campbell River Logger Sports

Cross cut saw competition at logger sports event in Campbell River. Event was held on Labour Day weekend and sponsored by the Kinsmen's Club.

Dick Parker's logging camp

Float camp associated with Dick Parker's logging operations at Trevenon Bay.

'Jim' the pet deer at Clark and Lyford camp

Leonard Frolander, fox terrier and 'Jim' the pet deer in a motor boat, at Clark and Lyford, Ltd. Camp 2 Booker Lagoon, B.C.

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Camp at Woss

Railroad construction.

Labour Day Logger Sports at Campbell River

Ladies' log bucking competition.

Pioneer Timber Co. in Port McNeill

Power house at the Pioneer Timber Co. camp at Port McNeill.

Aerial View of Elk Falls Mill

View of the mill in 1966 which was the year that the mill became a four machine operation with the addition of No. 3 pulp dryer and No. 4 specialty machine.

Tahsis Logging Camp at Zeballos

Photograph appeared in the June 9, 1976 issue of the C.R. Upper Islander newspaper. At that time there were approximately 150 employees working at the Tahsis Camp.

Elk River Timber Co. crew at the bunkhouses

Elk River Timber tugboat

The Quinsam No.11 with Les McDonald and Ted Forter. This boat was used at ERT's booming ground at the mouth of the Campbell River.

Rock Bay Hospital postcard

A group of loggers at Gowland Harbour on Quadra Island

Loggers: Thomas Hall (far left), Henry Neil, Charlie Hall, Arthur Neil, Phil H., Willard Hall, Pete B., Joe Sylva, Bill Saunders, Jack Howell, Frank Gagne, and Harry Gagne.

Douglas fir seedlings heeled in at Knox Bay

Saplings were rested in troughs in the dirt to allow their roots exposure to soil and water before they were ready to be taken out in the field and planted.

Elk River Timber Co. logging truck

Tom Masters standing beside the truck that he drove for the Elk River Timber Company.

Elk Falls Mill Paper Makers Local 630 executive

Members of the Elk Falls Paper Makers Local 630 executive. Back row from left: Neil Campbell, ?, Fred Schumland, Garry Heslop, ? Front row from left: ?, Doug McDonald, Jack Torrance, ?

B.C. Forest Service Station in Campbell River

Reel of paper Elk Falls Mill

Reel of paper being positioned for the No. 2 winder.

Campbell River's first sawmill

The office of Frank Wilfert's sawmill on the slough in Campbellton.

Bloedel, Stewart and Welch Camp 4

The railroad crew at Camp 4, Trout Lake.