Black and white photograph depicts an International Timber Co. Ltd. locomotive No. 4 with douglas fir logs loaded on rail cars, three men are standing near and inside the locomotive. Information on the train provided by Frank Holm: "local train buffs Rick Land and Ken Rutherford say that in 1927, at the time of this photo, this locomotive was an Alberni Pacific Lumber Co., #4, wooden cab, arch windowed (rare), two truck (set of wheels), 60 ton, Shay (brand name) locomotive. It was built February 19, 1918 for C.N.R., #2945. Then it was Sultan Railway and Timber, #3 in Oso, Washington.
B&W photograph depicts a Northern Pacific steam locomotive pulling closed (boy) cars with four men standing in front of the locomotive. Lead car has "Huntting-Merritt" sign on side, two stacks of shingles are on the front locomotive. Cars are filled with shingles from Huntting-Merritt Lumber Co. Ltd..
B&W photograph depicts a Comox Logging & Railway Co. Ltd. locomotive hauling logs with a body of water in the background.
Hand written caption on back of original 8" x 10" print reads, "Comox Logging & Railway Co. Locomotive no. 3 with long train near Royston, Union Bay, Vancouver Island 1920. Locomotive is a prairie."
B&W photograph depicts many men standing on a rail car, which is attached to a locomotive, in a clear cut area. Logs are loaded on rail cars behind them and in the background is a spar tree.
Hand written caption on back of original 8" x 10" print mounted on board reads, "March 25, 1920. Capilano Timber Co. Ltd. CPR passenger agents visiting logging operations."
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."