Area previously logged by P.B. Anderson newly planted

A view looking south and east from the junction of Tucker Point and Blind Channel grades over a freshly planted area.

Elk Falls Mill operations Campbell River

Constructing the Elk Falls Mill Campbell River


Fred Burman sawfiling at Malaspina Inlet.

Bloedel Stewart & Welch locomotive No. 4

Near Camp 4

Reforestation at Knox Bay on Thurlow Island

Heeled in saplings near the field in preparation for tree planting in the Knox Bay area. This area had previously been logged by P.B. Anderson.

B.C. Forest Service Crew

B.C. Forest Service crew preparing to fight the Sayward Fire. This photograph was likely taken at Forbes Landing.

Bendickson Logging camp being moved

Moving the Bendickson Logging float camp from Wellbore to Port Neville. Cliff tug "Queen" towing and Wilmot Cliff was the captain.

Byles and Groves logging

Loading the truck at Port Neville.

Moving a steam donkey

Steam donkey being moved up and hill, note the skid path it leaves behind. This photograph may have been taken at Elk River Timber co. operations near Campbell River.

Logging operation on Cortes Island

Old growth Cedar with undercut

Very large cedar tree, with undercut, probably made by a hand logger, who later discovered it was not on land upon which he was licensed to operate. Diameter 129 inches.

Hastings Co. camp at Rock Bay

View of family homes and hospital at the Hasting Co. operations at Rock Bay. From left : Struthers home, Des Brisays- camp time keeper home, McCallums home and Rock Bay Hospital.

Granite Bay, Quadra Island

Bill Carmichael, boom man.

Campbell River Logger Sports

A log rolling competition at the annual logger sports event held in Campbell River. Bill Baikie rolls Jack Baikie into the water; Wallace Baikie and Henry Carney on left and Harper Baikie on right.

View of the Oyster Bay logging camp

View of booming ground and camp at Elk Bay

Elk Falls Mill operations Campbell River

View of the No. 1 bleach plant.

Quinsam Trucking co. Campbell River

Joe Zanatta operated a trucking and sawmilling business in Campbell River. Two of his trucks, one is a Hayes Diesel truck parked outside his offices near the Quinsam Hotel.

Elk River Timber Co. locomotive fuel tanks

Near the dumping grounds at the mouth of the Campbell River.

Campbell River Logger Sports

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

Woss Lake Loggers' Day

Steve Bozman, the winner of the Under 18 Tree Climbing event.

Aftermath of 1925 Quadra Island forest fire

View of burned out area that had previously be logged.

Quadra Island

Ken Scholefield with a steam donkey.

Campbell River Logger Sports

One man chainsaw cutting competition at logger sports event in Campbell River.