Some memories and observations from H2O
"The landing site there was on the Elbe meadows on the southern bank (flood area) of the Elbe. In former times the road F 2 led past it and one could observe the hustle and bustle there. The field was directly at the Brückenkopfkaserne barracks (old Prussian building), which was used by the Red Army. A windsock was present and mostly parked a Yak-12, from time to time a helicopter Mi-4. In my opinion it was a liaison airfield.
Location of the windsock was south of the barracks, approx. 150 m from the road. In similar distance were the airplanes parked, I would mean even closer at the road, because one could see even the tactical numbers clearly. The runway could only have been south of the barracks, because north of the barracks there is only a narrow strip to the Elbe river.
I saw the airplanes and the windsock personally, in the years 1948-1958.
Today the barracks became the centre of a camping site with attached marina. The airfield is the annual venue of the airfield festival of the local aviation sports club and is otherwise no longer used."
Thank you very much for this vivid report, H2O!