B&W photograph depicts a locomotive hauling flat bed rail cars loaded with logs in an area burnt by forest fire. Two men are standing on the loaded logs, two are in the locomotive, and one is in the burnt area on the ground.
Men are Earthy, Mr. (Fireman), Hall, Henry (Engineer), and Whilmes, Al (Brakeman).
B&W photograph depicts three locomotives hauling trains of box rail cars with large signs that read "Entire train - red cedar shingles Huntting-Merritt Lumber Co. Ltd. Vancouver, British Columbia." Men are standing around the first locomotive.
B&W photograph depicts a locomotive hauling logs on flat bed rail cars over a wooden trestle bridge and one log being dumped into a body of water.
Old catalogue record notes, "114 in diameter. 5" x 7" neg lost in fire. This cedar cut was on exhibition at Wembley, London, U.K." with source listed as the original negative sleeve.