Historic planes have new home in the Capital Region
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CAPITAL REGION, N.Y. -- Three historic planes have a new home in the Capital Region. The planes made their way to the Empire State Aerosciences Museum in Glenville via the Hudson River on Saturday.
One plane had to be lifted over a bridge in order to continue its trek down the river.
The planes were loaded onto a barge in Manhattan on April 18th and taken up the Hudson, bound for the Erie Canal.
The retired aircraft were removed from the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum to make room for the space shuttle Enterprise.
For information on the planes and when you can see them at the museum, visit