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A short distance off the highway, and you come across this Memorial that holds much sadness for many people. There is a Eerie silence at this place. Which makes it more Erie, when you're there by yourself on a cold wet fall day. With that...More
It was very cool to visit this spot after seeing the recreation on the TV show Mayday. They did a very good job keeping it meaningful and subtle. The sculpture is really impressive and the commentary on site is well done.
On December 12, 1985, 256 individuals lost their lives in the Arrow Air Crash. The 101st Air-borne Division Screaming Eagles (US) left Gander airport on their way home from a peacekeeping mission on the Sinai Peninsula. The plane crashed just minutes later on this very...More
Drove all the way from Stephenville, NL, on our way back to St.John’s. We couldn’t find the Silent Witness Memorial Park, because of bad directions on TA, and lack of signage from the highway. Too bad, wed were visiting from Toronto and was looking forward...More
This stunning and heartbreaking memorial is dedicated to the 248 American military and 8 crew members whose plane crashed here in this spot just after leaving the Gander airport back on December 11th, 1985. It is a peaceful, moving, serene memorial tucked away but easily...More
This memorial is so well done and pays tribute to the many who lost their lives that tragic day. The monument itself is so well done but having it located at the actual crash site is very powerful as you see how the airplane cleared...More