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

P.B. Anderson's logging camp at Knox Bay, Thurlow Island was established in 1917. The logging operation there included several miles of rail line.

Logging at Port Neville

Joe Stefanyk, Frank Storbeck, and William Granlund with a steam shovel and locomotive in the Port Neville area.

Carvings made by saw filer Oscar Hillgren

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

Oyster River shingle mill

Doc Murray near a logging camp at Port Neville

Doc Murray was the timekeeper as well a the first aid attendant for the camp

Wood and English operations at Nimpkish

Loaded railcar at Mahoney Junction.

Clark and Lyford Ltd. Camp 2

Camp 2, Clark and Lyford, Ltd., on the southwest arm of Booker Lagoon, Broughton Island, B.C.. The camp buildings are on log floats so that when it is desired to move it is only necessary to release the shore lines and tow the whole camp intact to its new location, without delay to the workmen, or...

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Camp at Woss

Bucking a tree with an early chainsaw.

Woss Lake Loggers' Day

Barry Smith, the new Canadian Champion for the Obstacle Pole Bucking competition.

Pioneer Timber Co. in Port McNeill

View of the logging camp buildings at Pioneer Timber Co. at their operations at Port McNeill. Note the wooden road this was a truck logging operation and the trucks drove on these wooden plank roads.

Tree climbing at logger sports competition

Laurence McIvor scrambling up a 75 foot douglas fir - total time 25.4 seconds.

Fighting the Sayward Forest Fire

Hosing down the camp buildings likely at the Elk River Timber's Echo Lake camp.

Elk River Timber Co. camp

A view of ERT Camp 9 located beside Campbell Lake.

Labour Day Logger Sports event at Campbell River

The 2-man power saw.

View of wharf at Oyster Bay

International Timber Co. Camp 4

International Timber Co. Camp 4 - note from back of original photograph: "Notice the Blacksmith's shop, the car repair shed, the place where rails were stored and straightened, and the spar trees."

Labour Day Logger Sports at Campbell River

Ladies' log bucking competition.

Log boom at Nimpkish Lake

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.

Canadian Forest Products locomotive

Locomotive 113 near Woss camp.

The first Bull of the Woods Day, Campbell River

The obstacle pole final.

Pioneer Timber Co. logging truck

Leon Proteau in the cab of his truck near Port McNeill.

Fighting the Sayward Forest Fire

Powell River Logging Co. at Kelsey Bay

Early Logger Sports

Loggers from Bloedel, Stewart and Welch Menzie's Bay camp, Mike Andrews and George Hulbert, champion splicers competing in a splicing competition at Westminster.

Percy Belson's float camp near Dent Island

Percy Belson's logging operations near Dent Island. Float camp with a view of a A-frame in the background which was presumably used in his logging operations.