Powell River Logging Co.

Crew and locomotive, Kingcome Inlet.

Sayward Logger Sports

Crosscut saw bucking competiton at annual loggers sports competition.

Powell River Co. in Kingcome Inlet

Interior of the cookhouse at the Powell River Co. operatons at Kingcome Inlet.

Pioneer Timber Co.operations Port McNeill

An A-frame unloading a load of logs at the Port McNeill.

Moving a steam donkey

Steam donkey being moved up and hill, note the skid path it leaves behind. This photograph may have been taken at Elk River Timber co. operations near Campbell River.

Bendickson Logging operations at Hardwicke Island

A typical road donkey, a 10 x 15 Vancouver Engineering Works steam donkey, built in 1910. Note the wheel type main friction device. This machine had a capacity of approximately 2 miles 1 1/8" mainline. Louis Larsen (engineer) and John Rohan (wood bucker) pictured with the donkey.

Canadian Forest Products locomotive

Bendickson Logging operations at Jervis Inlet

Hand loggers hamming it up at Patrick Point in Jervis Inlet.

Elk River Timber Co. loggers on break

Merrill Ring Wilson Ltd. camp at Big Tree Creek

Building a railroad grade, using one of the early Caterpillars at Merrill Ring Wilson Ltd. Big Tree Creek camp.

Dining room at Bendickson Logging camp

Oyster Bay breakwater

Old boat wrecks (some seen here) were used to build the breakwater at Oyster Bay when the area was used as a booming ground for the Iron River Logging operations.

Loggers at Bloedel Stewart & Welch, Camp 4

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Camp at Woss

A cold deck pile.

Log dump at P.B. Anderson's Camp at Knox Bay, Thurlow Island

Wood and English Camp 9

Sam's bridge crew taking a break.

Steam donkey and crew Menzie's Bay

International Timber's 4 spot locomotive near Campbell River

Paper machines at Elk Falls Mill

A rigged spar tree and donkey engine

Brown and Kirkland operations at Elk Bay

Crew and family members at the Brown and Kirkland Elk Bay camp. Hemmi and Lempi Kilpelainen, Ada Mykannen, her son George, and David Mykannen.

Booming grounds at Oyster Bay

Vic Hampson, the boom foreman, riding a bundle. Iron River Logging experimented with bundled logs for MacMillan Bloedel at this time. It was so successful that it was adapted by other M and B divisions. The strapping was put around the load while it was on the truck, then the bundle was lifted off...

Beecher Lake Lumber Co. sawmill and wood chip burner

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.

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

Locomotive #6 was a 2662 saddle tank side rod.

Wood and English Camp 2

Red and Tat Hansen.