Vancouver Island,
British Columbia, Canada
Logging Archive Photos
ca: 1947-1950


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 Northwest Bay Logging Co. Ltd.
ca 1947-1950

Parade Floats

Northwest Bay Logging Co. Ltd. Float

Northwest Bay Sports and Social Club Float

Fight Forest Fires Float

Logging Competitions

Chokerman Competition

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Aug 22, 1947
Hotel Vancouver
caption says it all on the photo.
Arrow actually points to Bud Walker,
the photographer of most of these pictures.

Doug Best was Divisional Forestry Supervisor
at MB's Northwest Bay Logging division,
developed a spacing saw in 1969.
He lived in Nanaimo at the time.


Couple nifty old cars.

2 gals hamming it up for the camera.

Group on steps of building at the camp

Everyone is dressed up, Crummie in background.

Love this photo,
4 loggers taking a hard earned break

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