View of St. Michael's Hospital at Rock Bay

Hastings Logging Co. operations at Heydon Lake

Fallers Joe Casey (left) and Art Bellarby (right) falling a tree with a cross cut saw.

Fire at Beecher Lake Lumber Co. sawmill

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

T.J. Brown Logging Co. near Campbell River

John Johnson, the Elk River Road going through camp, the filing shack at rear, and the cookhouse on right.

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Camp at Woss

An aerial view of Nimpkish log dump.

Elk River Timber Co. steam donkey

Bendickson Logging operations on Hardwicke Island

Tom Johnson (wood bucker) and John Nicholson (foreman).

Woss Logger Sports Days

Log rolling event at loggers sports.

Elk River Timber Co. booming grounds

Drilling boom sticks.

Log birling at Woss camp loggers sports event

An old Fir stump

Chas. A. Rooth on top of an old Fir stump on abandoned right of way near Camp 0 of British Columbia Mills, Timber and Trading Company; Simonds Saw Sigh on stump.

High lead spar tree near Menzie's Bay

High lead spar tree and view from distance of Willamette Yarder and loader, near Bloedel, Stewart and Welch camp, in their British Columbia operations 70 miles north of Vancouver. Spar tree 180 feet high.

Panorama of Woss Camp

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

Locomotive 113 near Woss camp.

S and S Trucking fleet

S and S Trucking had a contract hauling timber for Iron River Logging Company in Oyster Bay. S and S stood for Schnare and Schnare - a father and son business which also hauled for the Elk River Timber Company.

Installing the head box at No. 2 paper machine, Elk Falls Mill

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.

Bendickson Logging operations

Chris Knutson (head faller) at lower left; the new boiler for the steam donkey is moved into place.

Woss camp logger sports

Italo Cavagguin? competing in the eye splicing event.

Clark and Lyford logging float camp at Booker Lagoon

Bloedel, Stewart & Welch Co. locomotive near Campbell River

Locomotive is a Pacific Coast Shay and is likely Bloedel, Stewart & Welch Co. #11 used in the Menzie's Bay area.

Byles and Groves logging

A-frame logging into a lake. The large tongs to the left of the photograph were used for lifting the logs from the lake for loading onto logging trucks.

Campbell River Logger Sports

Log bucking event at Logger's Sports competition.

Brown and Kirkland at Elk Bay

Mrs. Lempi Kilpenainen in front of her tent 'home' at the Brown and Kirkland operations at Elk Bay.