Powell River Logging Co.

Wooden fore-an-aft road Kingcome Inlet.

Nimpkish Timber Co. operations at Camp 9

Spar tree and rail line.

Cedar, balsam, and hemlock timber

Trees from left to right in picture: 92-inch cedar; 72-inch cedar; 22-inch balsam; 78-inch cedar; 60-inch cedar.

Reforestation headquarters at Knox Bay

View of the old camp buildings prior to the remodelling for use by the tree planting crew. This building was originally part of P.B. Anderson logging camp at Knox Bay, Thurlow Island.

Iron River Logging in Oyster Bay

Dumping a load of logs by tyler line.

Wood and English operations at Nimpkish

Loaded railcar at Mahoney Junction.

Canadian Forest Products Locomotive 112 in the Nimpkish Valley

Tree climbing at logger sports competition

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

Logging crew at Woss Camp

Gordon Flowerdew is the seventh man from the left.

Panorama of Woss Camp

Campbell River Logger Sports

Cable splicing competition at annual logger sports held in Campbell River.

Powell River Logging Co. trucks at Kelsey Bay

B.C. Forest Service Station in Campbell River

A stand of timber on Redonda Island

View taken in medium sized Fir and Cedar timber on Surveyed Timber limit 743, Redonda Island, elevation 200 feet, 100 miles northwest of Vancouver, BC.

Elk River Timber Co. Camp 8 at Echo Lake

The big gas speeder on the rail lines moving the ERT bunkhouse into Camp 8 from Camp 7.

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Camp at Woss

The loading set up.

Baikie Bros. Logging at Upper Campell Lake

Don Parkin at Upper Campbell Lake before the water level was raised for the hydro development project.

Two man chainsaw in operation at Rock Bay

Norm Gray and an unknown man use a two-man chainsaw.

Campbell River Logger Sports

Log rolling event at logger sports, Campbell River. Event was annually held on the Labour Day weekend and sponsored by the Kinsmen's Club.

Campbell River's first sawmill

Wilfert Lumber Co. - Frank Wilfert's sawmill on the slough in Campbellton.

View of wharf at Oyster Bay

Elk Falls Mill paper machine #2

At the winder threading the sheet on the core.

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Camp at Woss

This house, which was one of the early houses built at the Woss camp, was the home of the McCormich family.

Booming grounds at Oyster Bay

MacMillan Bloedel logging in Oyster Bay.

Topping a spar tree at Hemming Lake

View of a spar tree at Hasting Co., Camp C, Hemming Bay, fully rigged and ready for work.