Bloedel, Stewart and Welch Camp 5 at Brewster Lake

Setting up Camp 5. Russ Wilson's house is being unloaded on the Point and Bonar's house is on the car.

Dot Logging Co. at Knight Inlet

Moving the steam donkey to a new setting at Lull Bay in Knight Inlet. Dot Logging Co. was owned by Clarence and Doug Boardman. This steam donkey (a 10 X12) was restored by the Museum at Campbell River and is now on display out front.

Nimpkish Lumber Co. at Englewood

Booming grounds and log dump at Englewood.

Beecher Lake Lumber Co. operations

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.

Steam donkey in operation likely on Quadra Island

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

Stacker on front end loader

Bendickson Logging operations

Looking upwards from the base of a cedar spar - note the high rigger at top.

Meade at Elk Falls Mill sign

Pioneer Timber Co. camp

Panorama view of the camp at Port McNeill.

Logging crew and families at Elk Bay

J. Phelps' logging camp at Elk Bay.

Bendickson Logging's rigging crew

The rigging crew relaxing on a pile of cedar logs. Top row, left to right: Carl Carlson, Carl Aurdahl, Oscar Lind, Julius Sampson; middle row: Harry Brett, Gotfred Sundberg, and Aaron Ericson (high rigger and foreman) at bottom.

Elk River Timber Co. Camp 8

In the store room at Camp 8.

Loading rail cars at Bloedel Camp 5 near Menzie's Bay

Port Neville float camp

Dewey Parker's floathouse, part of a logging camp operations at Port Neville..

Reforestation headquarters at Knox Bay

After being remodelled for use by the planting crew. The cabin faces south into the bay, and two rows of yellow pine and douglas fir were heeled in nearby.

Logging operations tour group in Gold River

Members of the Gold River Take-A-Break Club were taken on a tour of the Tahsis Co.'s Gold River Logging Div. (foreman Jim Messer).

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.

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.

Elk River Timber Co. operations

Steam donkey operations near Dent Island

Percy Belson's steam donkey operations near Dent Island.

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.

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

Logging operations at Iron River

Bob and Stan Grant's camp which operated near Oyster Bay.

Campbell River Timber Co. yarder and loader crew

Crew includes mostly local men from the Campbell River area - Dick Atchison (3rd from left at rear), Barney Foley (4th from left at front), and Al Wilms (far left at rear).