Topaze Harbour

View across Topaze Harbour from Surveyed Timber Limit 30343 to J.C. Turner's Limits 3045, 3046, 3048, 3427, 3430, 3431, 3867, 3868, 3869, and Crown Grants 654, 661, 669, 974 and possibly 6818, lying back of Read Bay, with part of Mt. Spencer, 2345 feet high, at left. Launch 'Kalmor II...

Byles and Groves logging

Loading the truck at Port Neville.

Working the log booms at Nimpkish Lake

Boom of logs being towed by the 'Kathleen'. This photograph was likely taken when Roderick Haig-Brown, along with Ed and Buster Lansdowne spent the summer beachcombing logs from the Nimpkish Lake. The logs that they collected had escaped when being floated to the railhead.

A loaded Elk River Timber Co. logging truck

Bendickson Logging float camp

The camp buildings and family homes on floats at Village Island, in front of Olen's place.

Unloading transplants in Knox Bay

Transplants being lowered from the Union Steamship Chelosin to a barge behind the B.C. Forester launch at the mouth of Knox Bay.

View of Elk River Timber Co. camp

Buildings and track.

Elk River Timber Co. Camp 8

In the store room at Camp 8.

Creasy Bay

B. A. Johnson and Harold Gardiner in a small boat, with two 42-inch grayfish. The launch 'Kalmor II' in back, with a view over Creasy Bay looking to the west.

Elk River Timber co. camp

Alex Thompson in front of E.R.T. locomotive the 5 spot.

Fire at Beecher Lake Lumber Co. sawmill

After the fire at Beecher Lake Lumber Co. sawmill in Campbell River - owned by the Baikies.

Elk Falls Mill Campbell River

Logger Sports Day in Campbell River

The log birling event.

Brown and Kirkland at Elk Bay

John Puttonen using the 'Wee MacGregor' saw to cut firewood for the locomotive at the Elk Bay logging operations.

Rock Bay Hospital

Woss Lake Loggers' Day

Ann Hardy, winner of the Women's Spike Driving competition.

Woss Lake Logger Sports

Art Williams of Ladysmith entertains the crowd by climbing a spar while wearing a dress.

Elk River Timber Co. operations near Campbell River

Loggers atop a water tower.

Wilson and Brady Co. steam donkey at Drew Harbour, Quadra Island

Pioneer Timber Co. in Port McNeill

Pioneer Timber Co. camp buildings at Port McNeill. This was a truck logging operation and a wooden plank road can be seen in the running along the edge of the camp.

Elk River Timber Co. logging bridge

This bridge over the Campbell River was built by Elk River Timber for their logging ventures, and is still in use today.

Loggers putting the undercut in a tree before falling

Pioneer Timber Co. logging trucks

Tom Townley standing by his truck near the camp at Port McNeill. Note the wooden planked roads.

Quinsam Trucking with a large load

Joe Zanatta's truck hauls a large piece of timber on the Island Highway through Campbellton area.

Logging in Bute Inlet

Logging at the Schnarr place in Bute Inlet - Einar Johnson did the logging.