Locomotive on logging railroad trestle

Brown and Kirkland logging crew and their families

The logging crew of Brown and Kirkland at Elk Bay, with their families. Annie (Stenfors) Sproule, a flunkey at camp, sitting on the end of a log at front centre; "step-and-a-half" Phelps (Jack), the foreman, sitting at the bottom on the far right; and Charles "Dutchie" Neuberg...

Elk River Timber Co. 5 spot locomotive

The 5 spot at ERT Camp 8 near Echo Lake - note that the locomotive is still marked 'International Timber'.

Logging at Port Neville

Joe Stefanyk, Frank Storbeck, and William Granlund with a steam shovel and locomotive in the Port Neville area.

Elk Falls Mill operations Campbell River

View of the No. 5 power boiler at Elk Falls.

Elk Falls Mill operations Campbell River

Logging truck near MacMillan Bloedel Camp 5

Scotty Sellers with a well loaded logging truck.

Elk River Timber Co. camp

ERT crew lined up for lunch at the cookhouse. Note the dragsaw in the foregrounds used for cutting firewood.

Gold River Loggers' Sports Day

Crosscut saw bucking competiton at annual loggers sports competition.

Hasting co. camp near Rock Bay

Nimpkish Timber Co.

The log dump at Camp 8.

International Timber Co. camp near Campbell River

Loading logs at I.T. operations with a steam donkey and spar tree.

Elk River Timber tugboat

The Quinsam No.11 with Les McDonald and Ted Forter. This boat was used at ERT's booming ground at the mouth of the Campbell River.

Rock Bay

A view of the railroad tracks in the Rock Bay area, Bear Mountain in the background.

Clark and Lyford logging float camp at Booker Lagoon

Felling a tree with an axe and a cross cut saw

Two fallers standing on springboards inserted into the base of a fir after chopping a wedge into it. Albert Sehlen on right.

Merrill and Ring Logging Co.

Merrill and Ring Logging Co. camp at Duncan Bay. Note that the bunkhouses are designed to be moved on the railroad.

Campbell River Logger Sports

Men's log rolling competition at logger sports event in Campbell River. Jack Baikie in the water and Bill Baikie of Courtenay still on the log. This event was held annual at Lane Field and sponsored by the Kinsmen's club.

Bendickson Logging crew with families

Back row: Harry Perkins, ???, Harry Brett, Gilbert Gilbertson, ???, Carl Aurdhal, Fritchof Luke, Bill Edman, ???, and Gotfred Sundberg. Front row: Oscar Lind, Gus Halverson, Carl Carlson, Andrew Hall, Wells, a flunky, the cook, Charlie O'Brien, Buster Forberg, George Bendickson, "...

International Timber Co. crew with camp cook

Top row: Yeoger (time keeper) and David Jeremiahson (part owner with John Anderson, not pictured). Second row: Dutch Huland, an unknown man, and Gus Miller. International Timber Co. started this outfit, then sold it to Jeremiahson and Anderson, and then later took it back.

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.

Bloedel, Stewart and Welch log dump at Menzie's Bay

Elk River Timber Co. loader at Camp 8

Log loader is being worked at ERT Camp 8 near Echo Lake the camp warehouse is the building in the background.

A Marion Electric Shovel used by Elk River Timber Co.

Elk River Timber owned two of these steam shovels. This one is still labelled International Timber Co. here, and is being used at their operations near Campbell River.

Harvey Longue, Mike Mulligan, and checker