www.umichwrestlingcamps.com On, or around October 6, the fuselage, wings and tail section of the aircraft.
and ending with the wings. The whole programme of taking the aircraft apart is estimated to take eight weeks. On, or around October 6, the fuselage, wings and tail section of the aircraft will travel by ocean barge from Long Beach, along the Pacific coasts of California and Oregon, and then east to Portland, via the Columbia River. From there the aircraft will be loaded onto shallow-draft barges and travel up the Willamette River, through the locks at Oregon City to a discharge site near the Yamhill River. From here the components of the Hercules will be transported by road to the Museum's storage facility. During the entire voyage the large portions of the aircraft will be cover with Polymax film to protect them from damaging sunlight and moisture, ensuring that they arrive at their new home in pristine condition. Evergreen Air Venture Museum, is to be built on a 200 acre site, adjacent to the McMinnville Municipal Airport. The Museum will have a purpose-built taxiway direct onto the airport enabling the Museum's aircraft to be taxied direct into the Museum.
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