B&W photograph depicts three motorized vehicles, called straddle buggies, carrying cedar siding packages in front of the Nalos Lumber Ltd. office.
B&W photograph depicts a motorized vehicle, called a straddle buggy, carrying a stack of western red cedar siding with the Nalos Lumber Ltd. office in the background.
B&W photograph depicts an interior view of a sawmill with a motorized vehicle, called a straddle buggy, carrying cedar siding at Nalos Lumber Ltd..
B&W photograph depicts a man standing on a pile of lumber on the back of a flat bed truck with a forklift stacking lumber on the truck and Vancouver's "The Sun Tower" in the background, at Nalos Lumber Ltd..
B&W photograph depicts an exterior view an office building with automobiles parked in the front. Image is associated with Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Pacific Veneer & Plywood Division.
Ross A. Loit is noted in the old catalogue as the architect with the source listed as the original negative sleeve.
B&W photograph depicts two logging trucks loaded with logs with trees in the background.
Hand written caption note on back of original 8" x 10" print reads, "Big douglas fir logged at Glen Eagles, West Vancouver, B.C."
B&W photograph depicts an exterior view of a Bridge Lumber Co. Ltd. sawmill with a man in a white uniform standing in front of a crane lifting a bundle of lumber.
Image is also associated with Associated Fuels Ltd..