I went to the Schdy museum for the ALCO 150th birthday,
they really didnt have too much, but they took us on a tour of
supersteel. The ALCO RS-3 in front of the museum is worthy of a photo, I
only wish that they painted it for a local railroad.
On Mon, 10 Sep 2001 18:22:14 -0000 "Malcolm Horton" <mdhorton@...
> To all,
> 150 years ago (in 1851) manufacturing of steam locomotives started
> in Schenectady and ended when ALCO closed its doors in the 1950s.
> The largest steam locomotives in the world were made here. The
> subject special exhibit runs thru November 25 and should be of
> interest to all of our members.
> The Schenectady Museum is located on Nott Terrace Heights, just
> uphill above the ALCO diesel locomotive which is on Nott Terrace.
> Museum hours are:
> Tuesdays thru Fridays, 10:00 am thru 4:30 pm.
> Saturdays and Sundays, 12:00 noon thru 5:00 pm.
> Admission is $ 3.50 per adult / $ 2.00 per child.
> This exhibit is very well done.
> Malcolm Horton
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