Reforestation headquarters at Knox Bay

After being remodelled for use by the planting crew. The cabin faces south into the bay, and two rows of yellow pine and douglas fir were heeled in nearby.

P.B. Anderson's pile driving crew

P. B. Anderson Logging Co.'s pile driving crew building a railway bridge at Knox Bay, Thurlow Island - P.B. Anderson is second from right.

Ernie Alexander competing in a loggers sports event

Logger sport competitor Ernie Alexander climbing a tree in Mohan Park, Vancouver. He was the Pacific Northwest tree climbing champion at this time, and would become the world champion later that same year.

Stand of timber near logging camp at Elk Bay

Elk River Timber Co. operations near Campbell River

Locomotive and steam donkey.

Spar tree and steam donkey, Nimpkish area

Logging crew and families at Elk Bay

J. Phelps' logging camp at Elk Bay.

Steam donkey and spar tree used by Bendickson Logging

A 10 x 12 Washington yarder (steam donkey) set up with spar tree and ready for yarding logs.

Beecher Lake Lumber Co. sawmill

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.

International Timber's 4 spot locomotive with load of logs

Elk River Timber co. trestle rail on Echo Lake

Note the spur for sandhouse on the left (where sand was cleaned and dried for locomotive brakes).

Gildersleeve logging camp on King Island

G.H. 'Doc' Gildersleeve operated a small logging camp at various locations. According to Ken Drushka's book, Working in the Woods he established the first truck logging camps on the mid-coast. School teacher John Vogt(hired by Gildersleeve) when they were logging near King Island.

Log dump at Englewood operations, Nimpkish

Loggers on boom at Call Inlet

Loading a White logging truck

Early White logging truck on a fore-an-aft road being loaded with a hayrack boom. Likely taken in the Port Neville area and part of the Byles and Groves Logging Co.

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...

Elk River Timber Co.loggers

ERT crew members Paul Plamonden and Donnie Grant. Likely taken near the ERT operations at Campbell River.

Bloedel, Stewart & Welch loggers with their families at Camp 5

Bloedel, Stewart & Welch crew and family members from Camp 5, Brewster Lake. Front row (left to right): Ely Van Humbeck and Granddaughter, Danny MacDonald, Harry Parker, Eddie MacDonald, John Kusha, and Walter Antifave. Middle row: Dorothy Mattson, unknown, Patricia McKellar, Louise Antifave,...

Elk River Timber Co.

The log dump at the mouth of the Campbell River.

Byles and Groves logging

A logging truck on a wooden fore-an aft road at Port Neville.

Reforestation at Knox Bay on Thurlow Island

A ten-man tree planting crew and foreman lined up and ready for work in the Knox Bay area. This area had previously been logged by P.B. Anderson.

Baikie Bros. Logging at Upper Campell Lake

Norm Hanson operating the heel boom loader at Baikie Bros. Logging operations near Upper Campbell Lake.

Bloedel, Stewart and Welch's 6 spot locomotive in Menzie's Bay

Locomotive #6 was a 2662 saddle tank side rod.

Spar tree at logging operations at Iron River

Bob and Stan Grant's logging operations which were in the Oyster Bay area.

Wilson and Brady logging

Sunnyside Farm, Quadra Island.