Paper machines at Elk Falls Mill

Bendickson Logging operations at Hardwicke Island

Bunkhouse accomodations.

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.

Rock Bay Hospital

Ruins of the first Forbes Landing Lodge

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

View of Elk Falls Co. sawmill yard near Campbell River

A stand of big fir trees

Early logging trucks at Palmer Bay

Merrill, Ring and Wilson Co. locomotive at Rock Bay

International Timber Co. blacksmith shop

Gus Miller, on left with goggles, was a blacksmith around Campbell River and worked for International Timber Co. - he is believed to be responsible for introducing welding to the area.

Bloedel, Stewart and Welch Camp 5 at Brewster Lake

The children of Camp 5 at Brewster Lake - from left: Bobby Antifave, Lynn Wilson, ???, Tommy Antifave, Marg Fossum, Robert Daines, and Don Pierce.

The first Bull of the Woods Day, Campbell River

The obstacle pole final.

Wilson and Brady locomotive Quadra Island

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 8

In the store room at Camp 8.

Bloedel, Stewart and Welch operations near Camp 5

High rigger Gerry Miller rigging a spar tree.

Beecher Lake Lumber Co. near Campbell River

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.

An early White logging truck in Loughborough Inlet

Loading a White logging truck with a McLean Boom at Beaver Creek in Loughborough Inlet.

P.B. Anderson's pile driving crew

P. B. Anderson Logging Co.'s pile driving crew building a railway bridge at Knox Bay, Thurlow Island - P.B. Anderson is second from right.

Woss Lake Logger Sports

Art Williams of Ladysmith entertains the crowd standing on his head at the top of a spar while wearing a dress.

Elk River Timber Co. booming grounds

Photograph appeared in the June 16, 1976 issue of the C.R. Upper Islander newspaper with following caption: Sluicing the logs involves grading them as well. Peeler logs for plywood one way, pulp logs the other.

Tree planters at work near Campbell River

Photograph possibly taken at Quinsam Flats.

Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Camp at Woss

One of the first houses at Canadian Forest Products Ltd. logging camp at Woss.

Pioneer Timber Co. in Port McNeill

Pioneer Timber Co. camp buildings at Port McNeill. This was a truck logging operation and a wooden plank road can be seen in the running along the edge of the camp.

Bendickson Logging operations on Hardwicke Island

Crew and family members beside a 11 foot diametre cedar log. Most of the camp crew with the ladies and children in this photo at the Bendickson Logging operations on Hardwicke Island.