1941: A round timber tower with observation cab was erected.
1946: "The barn at Goose Mountain Lookout Tower was completed." (Annual Report of the Department of Lands and Mines, FY ended 3/31/1947)
May 29, 1947: "Tanned from wind, sun and rain Ronald Linsdell arrived in High Prairie after his 160-mile tip to Goose Mountain, where he had performed his duties as radio technician for Alberta Forestry Service by installing Ted Barrow, tower man, on the mountain. Each spring, Linsdell, one of the unsung heros of the service, outfits the isolated towers with transmitters capable of communicating by voice or Morse code, where rangers may give and receive news of forest fires. He reaches these towers as best he can by team, on foot or with dog team. So difficult of access is Goose mountain that a previous attempt failed this spring. The new tower man, Ted Barrow, who was left alone until October, seeing only the ranger who brings food once a month, his only communication with the world being his forestry radio." (Peace River Record Gazette)