Choking logs with a beautiful view.
Vintage Logging

Vintage logging – scenery

Each Saturday morning I review 10 vintage logging, forestry and saw milling photos. This week’s review of vintage logging is about the beautiful scenery that loggers enjoyed while working. What a view!

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1945 The "Camosun" approaching Pacific Mills dock on the Queen Charlotte Islands.
1945 The “Camosun” approaching Pacific Mills dock on the Queen Charlotte Islands.

1925 Booming grounds, Victoria Lumber and Manufacturing Co. Ltd. and Chemainus in the background.
1925 Booming grounds, Victoria Lumber and Manufacturing Co. Ltd. and Chemainus in the background.

1945 Davis Raft making off the Queen Charlotte Islands.
1945 Davis Raft making off the Queen Charlotte Islands.

1910 Canadian Tug Boat Co. Ltd at Fraser Mills B.C.

1916 Brunette Sawmills, Ltd., Sapperton, B.C.
1916 Brunette Sawmills, Ltd., Sapperton, B.C.

1935 A panoramic view of Straits Lumber Co. sawmill, Red Gap, B.C. showing docks and barges.
1935 A panoramic view of Straits Lumber Co. sawmill, Red Gap, B.C. showing docks and barges.

1940s Logs for Pacific Mills on the Queen Charlotte Islands.
1940s Logs for Pacific Mills on the Queen Charlotte Islands.

1945 Pacific Mills, logging campsite on the Queen Charlotte Islands, BC.

Woodsman looking out into the forest.
Woodsman looking out into the forest.

Choking logs with a beautiful view.
Choking logs with a beautiful view.

A Newfoundland born Canadian with a life long interest in woodworking, baking and anything else that peaks my curiosity.

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