B&W photograph depicts three men and two women standing in front of a rail car, which is attached to a locomotive and has logs loaded on it. The railroad is on wooden trestles.
Hand written caption on back reads, "'Imperial Press Conference" visiting logging operation of Capilano Timber Co. Ltd. North Vancouver, Aug. 7, 1919."
B&W photograph depicts many men and women sitting on a rail car, which is attached to a locomotive, in clearcut area.
Hand written caption on back reads, "Imperial Press Conference visiting Capilano Timber Co. Ltd. North Vancouver, B.C. Aug. 7, 1919."
B&W photograph depicts logs being loaded onto rail cars by donkey machinery at a Capilano Timber Co. Ltd. site. The mountains The Lions are visible in the background.
B&W photograph depicts a high rigger, Charlie Koski, capping a douglas fir spar tree.
Hand written caption on the back of original 10" x 8" print mounted on board reads: "Highrigger was Charlie Koski. Douglas fir approximately 215 ft. high. Capilano Timber Co. Ltd. North Vancouver, B.C. Copyright photograph 1918 (taken about 1914)."
Black and white photograph depicts Lowell Pass (left) and Joe Zabensky (right) at the Capilano Suspension Bridge.
Black and white image of a black bear perched on a log at Grouse Mountain Chalet in North Vancouver
Black and white photograph of cargo elevators and the 'Nelson C. White' at North shore dock.