Log dump at Elk Bay

Nimpkish Timber Co. operations at Camp 9

Spar tree and rail line.

Topping a spar tree at Hemming Lake

Blowing the top off the spar tree with dynamite near Hasting Co., Camp C, Hemming Bay.

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Camp at Woss

Falling using an early chainsaw.

Logging crew on the "Crew Bus"

The crew bus, or "crummy", for Byles & Groves Logging Co., at their Port Neville operations.

Steam crane operated by Harvey Jorgensen

Campbell River Logger Sports

Cross cut saw competition at logger sports event in Campbell River. Event was held on Labour Day weekend and sponsored by the Kinsmen's Club.

Coal Creek Logging Ltd. camp, Granite Bay

Coal Creek Logging Ltd. was owned and operated by Les and Agnes Bestwick. In 1944 they moved their truck logging operations to Granite Bay and logged in that area until 1955/56. They sold their logging operation to the Baikie Brothers of Campbell River.

Floathouses at Elk Bay

Thompson (Dick and Wilena) family floathouse is on far right of photograph.

Logger Sports Day parade

A Thulin General Trucking company float.

Hastings crew at Camp D on Trout Lake

The Hastings crew of Camp D at Trout Lake. Jack Mould is 4th from left in the back row (wearing a bathing suit).

Elk River Timber co. camp

Hasting Co. Camp D on Trout Lake

View of Hasting Co. float camp on Trout Lake. The foreman of this camp was John Morgan. Trout Lake is now known as Amor Lake.

Aerial view of Raven Lumber operations

View of the Raven Lumber sawmill operations at the mouth of the Campbell river. Note the Campbell River and bridge in the top left corner and Ocean Cedar Products on the right.

Rigged spar tree and steam donkey operating

Inside the cookhouse at Bendickson Logging camp

The carpenter (Gustavson?) and the cook, both worked for Bendickson Logging.

Tree climbing at logger sports competition

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

Coal Creek Logging Ltd. truck at Granite Bay

Coal Creek Logging Ltd. was owned and operated by Les and Agnes Bestwick. In 1944 they moved their truck logging operations to Granite Bay and logged in that area until 1955/56. They sold their logging operation to the Baikie Brothers of Campbell River.

View of booming ground and camp at Elk Bay

A fully rigged spar tree at Elk Bay

Logging in the Elk Bay area - note the high rigger standing on top of the tree. Likely the logging operations of the Elk Bay Timber Co.

Self-propelled, self-dumping log barge

Tom Hargreaves, former Elk Falls Mill manager

Tom Hargreaves, in centre, presents golf trophies to Grady White (right), and Bud Lovell (left).

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.

T.J. Brown Logging Co. near Campbell River

Gold River Loggers' Sports Day

Larry Downing, World Champion of the 100 foot pole climb.