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This 422 Class District Harbor Tug, Small was laid down in 1943, at Bellingham Iron Works, Bellingham, WA. She was delivered and placed in service as YT-435 in the 12th Naval District, Navy Yard Mare Island in 1944, Vallejo, California. … Continue reading
Stone Butter Church – Comiaken Hill In the 1870 Roman Catholic missionaries were intent bringing the local Cowichan Indian communities into their flock. Father Peter Rondeault, a missionary to the Cowichan Indians, decided to build a church for the Cowichan … Continue reading
Thomson Bros. Lumber Co. LTD sawmill – still operating In 1966, 19 year old Joe Thomson left a $2.25 an hour union job at Field Sawmills, purchased 2½ acres with a house next to Cumberland Road for $3,500, and built … Continue reading
Snuneymuxw First Nation log sort – Nanaimo
Snuneymuxw First Nation totem – Nanaimo
Snuneymuxw First Nation totem poles – Nanaimo
Uchuck III alongside in Gold River
Logging equipment at the Gold River log sort
C-FCDT, an Air Nootka 1958 De Havilland DHC-2 MK. I in Gold River
Skookumtruck in Gold River