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American Side

  1. Site drawing of the Barracks area of the American Side.
  2. Site drawing of the Barracks area of the American Side.


  1. Site drawing of the Barracks area of the American Side.
  2. Google map, 2009, shows the
    original pumphouse and USAAF hospital, now CFB Gander.

  1. Site drawing of the Barracks area of the American Side.
  2. The aerial shows the American Side
    of the airport on the middle lower section.

  1. Site drawing of the Barracks area of the American Side.
  2. The Airlines Hotel was an upgraded facility to service VIP's on layovers.

  1. Site drawing of the Barracks area of the American Side.
  2. Kevin Joy worked at the American Overseas Airlines. Seen here with daughter Gail on his shoulders and
    son Doug.

American Side

  1. The photos below were sent along to us by Tom Rosenblad from Tonsberg, Norway. The Rosenblads were typical of young families living at Gander Airport in renovated military buildings. Tom was more than happy to find out that "once a Ganderite - always a Ganderite"!


  1. Site drawing of the Barracks area of the American Side.
  2. Sign indicating the way to the Airport
    and American side.

  1. Site drawing of the Barracks area of the American Side.
  2. The Rosenblads lived in the
    remodelled US Post Office building
    on the corner of Chestnut Road at Roosevelt Street from 1946-1950.

  1. Site drawing of the Barracks area of the American Side.
  2. Tom's mom, Berit, was a full time
    wife and mother. She also enjoyed
    day trips by train to near by towns
    with her friend Susan.

  1. Site drawing of the Barracks area of the American Side.
  2. Tom's father, Leif worked has a radio technician with Scandanavian Airlines.

  1. Site drawing of the Barracks area of the American Side.
  2. Tom remembered his "1st car" as
    being blue, until he found this photo.

  1. Site drawing of the Barracks area of the American Side.
  2. European motorcycles such as this BSA , were popular at the airport, although the travel was limited.

  1. Site drawing of the Barracks area of the American Side.
  2. Riding on motorcycle with his dad began Tom,s lifelong passion with
    these wonderful machines.

  1. Site drawing of the Barracks area of the American Side.
  2. Tom is a little older in this photo, and judging by the mud splashed on his boots, he had just "soloed" on his
    dad's Royal Enfield

  1. Site drawing of the Barracks area of the American Side.
  2. A neighbor's "Newfoundland" pet, Sandy, was Tom's
    best friend.

  1. Site drawing of the Barracks area of the American Side.
  2. Tom doesn't remember who these friends were, but is interested in finding out!

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