B&W photograph depicts rail cars loaded with logs on a wooden trestle railroad bridge and a man standing on one of the rail cars, on Vancouver Island, near Coombs.
Old catalogue notes, "Assorted historic photos which had originally no number." with source listed as the original Otto Landauer list.
B&W possible nitrate photograph depicts a locomotive with buildings from the Canadian Forest Products Ltd. - Englewood Logging Division camp in the background.
Old catalogue record notes alternative title: "Biggest steam locomotive on Vancouver Island logging operation" with source listed as original negative sleeve.
B&W photograph depicts a locomotive hauling logs on flat bed rail cars over a wooden trestle bridge, from a Canadian Forest Products Ltd. - Englewood Logging Division.
Old catalogue record also notes alternative title: "Mallet locomotive with train of logs crossing bridge on Kla-Anch main line in section 21 northwest of Woss Camp" with source listed as original location form.
B&W photograph depicts a train hauling finished lumber in a field.
Hand written caption on back of original 8" x 10" print reads, "March 6, 1940 First train for H.R. MacMillan Export Co. Ltd. for London, U.K. supplied for the Controller of Timber Supplies, Great Britain."