Logging crew on the "Crew Bus"

The crew bus, or "crummy", for Byles & Groves Logging Co., at their Port Neville operations.

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.

Tom Hargreaves, former Elk Falls Mill manager

Tom Hargreaves, in centre, presents golf trophies to Grady White (right), and Bud Lovell (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. camp bunkhouses at Camp 8

Don Brosseau on railroad track at Elk River Timber Co. camp

Elk Bay Timber Co. locomotive and crew

Elk Bay Timber Co.'s 1spot locomotive on the rail line at their operations at Elk Bay.

Beecher Lake Lumber Co.

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.

Ernie Alexander at a tree

Ernie Alexander, champion tree climber, stands atop a tree he topped 24 years previously.

Working the log booms at Nimpkish Lake

Boom of logs being towed by the 'Kathleen'. This photograph was likely taken when Roderick Haig-Brown, along with Ed and Buster Lansdowne spent the summer beachcombing logs from the Nimpkish Lake. The logs that they collected had escaped when being floated to the railhead.

Bendickson Logging camp at Jervis Inlet

The cookhouse with woodshed, commissary, and offices of the Bendickson Logging camp at Jervis Inlet (Patrick Point). The sidewalks were made from split cedar. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Whittaker holding hands in front of one of the camp buildings.

International Timber Co. operations near Campbell River

Spar tree and steam donkeys.

Elk River Timber Co. clear cut near Campbell River

Hasting Co. Camp C at Hemming Bay

View of Hasting Co. float Camp C from the lake at Hemming Bay.

International Timber Co. Camp 4 near Campbell River

Notice the bunkhouses on the rail cars - the camp was being organized at this point. Man in foreground was a high rigger. The foreman's building is on the left. At this time families lived one half of the bunk houses.

Elk Falls Mill operations Campbell River

Lime plant's award winning electronic participator.

Merrill Ring Wilson Ltd. camp at Big Tree Creek

A Shay locomotive on the tracks part of Merrill Ring Wilson Ltd. operations near Big Tree Creek.

Loggers looking for a lost quarter

Loggers on railroad track at "Daddy Lamb's" Camp at Menzies Bay (Lamb Lumber Co.). Camp buildings in background.

Port Neville float camp

Dewey Parker's floathouse, part of a logging camp operations at Port Neville..

Coal Creek Logging Ltd. operations, Granite Bay

Members of the Wylie family at logging setting at logging operations at Granite Bay. This area was logged by Coal Creek Logging Ltd. which was owned and operated by Les and Agnes Bestwick. In 1944 they moved their truck logging operations to Granite Bay and logged in that area until 1955/56. They...

View of St. Michael's Hospital at Rock Bay

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Camp at Woss

The loading set up.

Log sort at MacMillan Bloedel operations

Beecher Lake Lumber Co. sawmill and wood chip burner

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.

Elk River Timber Co. Camp 10

The truck shop - looking due west from camp.