Grapple Crane at Elk Falls Mill

The grapple crane lifts log bundles from the mill's booming grounds onto the woodmill log deck.

Elk Falls Mill operations Campbell River

View of the No. 1 bleach plant.

Smoke from the Sayward Fire

A view from the Campbell River Estuary of the smoke during the Sayward Fire of 1938.

Boathouse - the "Shack"

Built by GL "PM" Logging Co., who had a contract to clear off the shores of the Nimpkish; but there was a dry spring and the lake didn't rise enough for the logs to be floated.

Byles and Groves logging

Loading the truck at Port Neville.

Elk River Timber Co. operations near Campbell River

Elk Falls Mill operations Campbell River

The Union Steamship Camosun

Union Steamship Camosun tied up at the dock at P.B. Anderson's logging camp at Knox Bay, Thurlow Island. This camp was established in 1917.

Hasting Co. Camp C at Hemming Bay

Fluming logs into Hemming Bay.

Elk Falls Mill operations Campbell River

Working on the paper machine at the mill. View of the No. 1 paper machine reel. Man on right is possibly Garry Heslop.

Green Timbers Forestry Station in Surrey

A shipment of approximately 40,000 transplants packed and ready for shipment to Knox Bay.

Elk River Timber Co. Camp 10

Looking east from the parking area; showing the office, dining room, and kitchen.

Elk River Timber Co. 5 Spot locomotive derailed

Elk River Timber Co.

The log dump at the mouth of the Campbell River.

Steam donkey near Menzie's Bay

Detail of Combination Yarder and Loader from side away from track, showing 'Tootsie' whistle signal manufactured by C. M. Lovsted and Co., Alaska building, Seattle. Willamette 11x14 High Speed Yarder and Loader. June 22, 1917, 5:50 p.m. Bloedel, Stewart and Welch B.C. Logging...

Elk River Timber Co. Camp 8

Looking southeast from the centre of camp.

Children from the Elk Bay logging camp

Left to right: Bev Parker, Mervin Stewart, Ron Hughes, Allan Burman, Gordon Stewart, Mel Parker, and Alphild Burman.

Woss Lake Loggers' Day

Barry Smith, the new Canadian Champion for the Obstacle Pole Bucking competition.

Elk River Timber co. crew

Bendickson Logging operations

Replacing the boiler on a donkey engine after it was pushed off by a runaway log. The log hit the front of the frame of the donkey and split, and the upper half slip up one drum striking the boiler.

A Bendickson Logging camp

Bendickson logging camp on Hardwicke Island.

Loaded Hayes logging truck

Unloading transplants and supplies at Knox Bay

Supplies and saplings being offloaded on the beach at Knox Bay in preparation for planting.

Harvey Longue, Mike Mulligan, and checker

Beecher Lake Lumber sawmill 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.