International Timber Co. locomotive with a load of logs

Locomotive is near International Timber Co. Camp 2, which was located behind Ocean Grove in the Oyster River area.

Byles and Groves operation

Loading logs out of the lake at Port Neville.

Stand of timber on Thurlow Island

At elevation 400 feet. Four Firs and one Cedar tree. Firs 4 to 6 feet in diameter; Cedar 4 feet at "breast high". Located near southeast corner of Surveyed Timber Limit 40772.

An abandoned logging camp

Abandoned camp of British Columbia Mills, Timber and Trading Co., form Launch 'Kalmor II', at anchor in west end of Nodales Channel, 130 miles northwest of Vancouver. A landing was made here to allow easy access to Surveyed Timber Limit 40772, owned by Clark and Lyford, Ltd.

Boom tug at work near Elk Falls Mill

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.

Reforestation camp 31

A reforestation camp in the Salmon River area (across high level bridge). Bill Campbell, cook's helper, Clyde Hastings (the cook), unknown man, and Ted Whiting in picture.

Elk Falls Mill operations Campbell River

View of the cut off saw in the wood mill.

Reforestation at Knox Bay on Thurlow Island

Tree planters making stakes for the base lines. This area had previously been logged by P.B. Anderson.

Elk River Timber Co. 5 Spot locomotive at Camp 8

The 5 spot at Camp 8 on Echo Lake - note that it is still marked International Timber. Beside the locomotive is some stacks of railway steel.

Woss Lake Loggers' Day

Art Williams, Best All Round Logger and recipient of the Pierre Paris Trophy. He also received 1st place for Power Saw Bucking, 1st place for Log Birling, 2nd place for Eye Splicing, and 3rd place for Obstacle Pole Bucking.

View of booming ground and camp at Elk Bay

View of Rock Bay

View of bay shows the hotel, store, and hospital.

Dick Parker at his camp at Trevenon Bay

Fire at Beecher Lake Lumber Co. sawmill

The Campbell River Fire Department works to put out the blaze at the Beecher Lake Lumber Co. sawmill, which was owned and operated by the Baikie family of Campbell River, and was located in the Campbell River estuary area. The Beecher Lake Lumber Co. milled the wood that was logged by Baikie Bros...

Bendickson Logging crew at Hardwicke Island

The camp crew by the bunkhouse with bottles of 2.5% 'near-beer' in front. Every week when the Union Steamship S.S. Cassiar stopped at Kelsey Bay the crew would get 4 barrels of near-beer bottles packed in straw and one barrel of apple cider to have in the commissary. This was during...

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.

Campbell River Timber Co. locomotive

Campbell River Timber co. locomotive.

The Pigott family on a speeder at Rock Bay

Elk River Timber Co. operations near Campbell River

Locomotive and steam donkey.

MacMillan Bloedel Camp 5 at Menzie's Bay

Pioneer Timber Co. logging truck

Leon Proteau sitting on a truck fender by the Port McNeill log dump.

Labour Day Logger Sports event at Campbell River

The 2-man power saw.

Byles and Groves Logging

A high rigger climbing a spar tree in Call Inlet.

Bloedel, Stewart and Welch operations

Raising a spar tree at Menzies Bay.