A converted steam donkey

Two men standing on a steam unit that has been converted for deisel use (consisting of a loading pot and yarder combined).

Screening pulp at Elk Falls Mill

Mill manager Tom Hargreaves standing on the catwalk over the wire on No. 2 paper machine, Elk Falls Mill.

Bloedel, Stewart and Welch Camp 5 in the winter

Elk River Timber Co. locomotive near Campbell River

Elk River Timber Co.'s 5 spot locomotive, a Porter 2-8-2. The 5 spot was used on their mainline and was bought in 1928 for the International Timber Co. Andy Teck of Campbell River was a long-time engineer on her. The bell and name plate are currently part of the Museum at Campbell River'...

Wood & English shay locomotive off of the tracks at Camp 8

Topping a spar tree at Hemming Lake

Freshly topped spar tree near Hastings Co., Camp C, Hemming Bay.

Campbell River Logger Sports competition

Speed chopping event at Logger Sports competition

Burchett Bros. Logging Co. at Port Neville

Wilhelm Hansen and Lee Burchett working on an undercut.

Quadra Island

Railroad tracks at a logging dump on Quadra Island. This photograph was likely taken in the Granite Bay area.

Elk Falls Co. truck being unloaded

Loaded logging truck Palmer Bay

The first Bull of the Woods Day, Campbell River

Single hand bucker in the Men's Final.

Bloedel, Stewart and Welch, Camp 5

Art Backlund, Camp 5 mechanic, Dick Burnett (manufacturer of Burnett Chainsaws), and camp foreman Martin Fossum with a new two-man Burnett chainsaw.

Elk Falls Mill paper machine #2

Tree climbing at logger sports competition

Laurence McIvor scrambling up a 75 foot douglas fir - total time 25.4 seconds.

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.

A Bendickson Logging camp

Bendickson logging camp on Hardwicke Island.

Reforestation at Knox Bay on Thurlow Island

Part of a fifteen-man tree planting crew with their foreman at the junction of Tucker Point and Blind Channel railroad grades. The remains of the railroad is still visible. This area had originally been logged by P.B. Anderson.

Bendickson Logging operations

Looking upwards from the base of a cedar spar - note the high rigger at top.

Powell River Logging Co. at Kelsey Bay

Steam donkey Menzie's Bay

A 13 x 15 Willamette Unit, 2 speed on the main line. A combination yarder and loader is on the railroad car.

International Timber Co. camp near Campbell River

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

Bendickson Logging crew members

Aaron Erickson, Ed Hill, Stan Finny, and John Nicholson. (Stan Finny was fireman and later married Myrtle Abbot, the teacher. He went on to operate big units in the larger camps.)

The first Bull of the Woods Day, Campbell River

Alan Boyko participates in the elimination round of the Standing Block Chop.

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.