Reforestation camp 31

A reforestation camp in the Salmon River area (across high level bridge). White building in the background was the office. Clarence Woss, (Voss?), Sam McTurk, ??, Ralph Shadell, and Harry Ferguson.

Logging crew at Elk Bay

J. Phelps' logging camp at Elk Bay.

Bloedel, Stewart and Welch Camp 5 at Brewster Lake

The Camp 5 guesthouse, which was called the Blue Room, the First Aid shack, and George May.

Wood and English Camp 9

Loggers Charlie and Jack Defler.

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.

The Union Steamship 'Chelosin' at Rock Bay

Logger in fallen timber near Menzies Mountain

Logger working for "Daddy Lamb's" outfit (Lamb Lumber Co.), Menzie's Bay.

Loading logs

Heel boom and a 'cheese block' load. Timber was so big that they didn't need high stakes - three or four logs were loaded with 'cheese blocks' (pyramid shaped blocks) holding the logs in place.

Wood and English Camp 2

Red and Tat Hansen.

Elk River Timber Co. Camp 8

Looking southeast from camp gate.

Carvings made by saw filer Oscar Hillgren

Elk River Timber Co. saw filer Oscar Hillgren was known for his unique carvings.

Crew at Hastings Co. operations in Granite Bay, Quadra Island

Hastings Co. cookhouse at the Granite Bay camp; Charles "Dutchie" Neuberg at the front left.

View of logging camp from the water

Panorama of the log booms and the camp of the Booth Logging Company, of Vancouver, BC., at Menzies Bay, on Vancouver Island, near the south entrance of Seymour Narrows. View shows approximately 1,500,000 feet of Fir, Cedar and Hemlock logs in standing boom. The land on which this timber was cut is...

Elk River Timber Co. crew members

Bob English and one unidentified man standing a hilltop likely near ERT's operations along the Campbell Lake area.

Log dump on Cortes Island

Log dump for truck logging operation on Cortes Island. The truck(s) used in this operation were apparently the first pneumatic-tired logging trucks used in the area.

Unloading area at Oyster Bay logging operations

Dumping by Tyler Line with donkey supplied power.

Aftermath of 1925 Quadra Island forest fire

View of burned out area that had previously be logged.

Elk Falls Mill operations Campbell River

Unloading roles of paper manufactured at the paper mill for shipping.

Elk River Timber Co. Camp 8

Looking southeast from the centre of camp.

Cat logging near Dent Island

Percy Belson cat logging operations.

Wood & English locomotive off of the tracks at Camp 8

Pioneer Timber Co. in Port McNeill

Beach front view of the logging camp buildings and wooden fore-an-aft road at Pioneer Timber Co. at their operations at Port McNeill. This was a truck logging operation. Note the wire rip-rap on the road which is meant to provide traction to the hard tired logging trucks.

Ruins of the first Forbes Landing Lodge

The remains of the first lodge at Forbes landing after the 1938 Sayward Forest Fire.

Wilson and Brady locomotive Quadra Island

Bloedel, Stewart and Welch Camp 4