tmb 1944 Jul

1944 - July - Timetable Trans-Canada Air Lines  from the private collection of Bjorn Larsson.

Found in the “1944 Annual Report”

tmb 1944 annual report

- Aircraft fleet as of December 31st, 1944 were 14 Lockheed 14-08 and 12 Lockheed Lodestars.

- On July 1st, 1944 one round trip was rerouted in the Maritimes to pass through Blissville NB.

- Daily flights were begun between Halifax and Sydney, Nova Scotia.

- On December 30th, 1944 the Lancaster operating  the Canadian Government Trans-Atlantic Air Service (CGTAS) CF-CMU fin 102 under the command of Captain Maurice Gauthier was tragically lost during the crossing from Montreal to Prestwick.

We located this in the "Horizons" magazine issue dated December 1979.

tmb hamilton openingShown during the ribbon cutting ceremony marking the opening of the Hamilton's new city sales office during the fall of 1979 are...

From the left: Elenore Duncan, Ken Bruce, W.W.Shater, John McMurtry, VP Cenral Region cutting the ribbon; Jim Shimmin, Kay Kelly and Harry Fase, Manager, Central Region. The expanded facility was hoped to meet the demands of the Hamilton market, the second largest in Ontario at the time.

Found in the "Parts and Pieces" stores magazine" issue dated March 1988

tmb lhr stores staff 1During February a visit was made to the London (LHR) stores, and here we have this photo of some of the employees - Dave McKellow, Keith Gregson, David Coles, John Cleary, Michael Coon, Pamela
Ralph King, Bert Hutton and Alexis McWhirter.
tmb lhr stores staff

Missing during the photo ops were Terry Denny, Barry Knox, Peter Hodge and Gordon Duddy.

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