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Ron

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Chet18013 said:
Here's a site to check

http://www.collingsfoundation.org/menu.htm

Looks like a fun place to incestigate, if you're in the neighborhood.

Chet

Looks ver interestin Chet.  I will have to remember that if we get in that area.  Here is another very interesting place that we have visited.  When we were there they had parking large enough to handle our coach pulling our toad.
http://www.ohtm.org/
 

Chet18013

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Ron said:
Chet18013 said:
Here's a site to check

http://www.collingsfoundation.org/menu.htm

Looks like a fun place to incestigate, if you're in the neighborhood.

Chet

Looks ver interestin Chet.  I will have to remember that if we get in that area.  Here is another very interesting place that we have visited.  When we were there they had parking large enough to handle our coach pulling our toad.
http://www.ohtm.org/

Been there. A neat place.

Chet
 

DougJ

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My favorite museum / airfield for old airplanes is Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome in upstate New York, across the river from Kingston.

When I was last there, may be 10 years ago, the youngest airplane in the collection was a 1929 Standard which was till flying and giving (well for a fee) fifteen minute rides out to the Hudson and back.

That day a Bleriot got off the ground and down again within the length of the grass runway.

You may find the attached pic of interest.

Ciao,

Doug
 

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