Posted by: potomacpacemaker | April 12, 2011

Pacemaker in the News

A World War II-era DC-3 passenger plane sags in the dust of the cavernous back shop of the N.C. Transportation Museum.

The battered fuselage bears the once-familiar colors of Piedmont Airlines.

The aircraft’s major parts — wings, stabilizer, the central wing assembly and engine mounts — lie scattered in the dust.

“Potomac Pacemaker” remains stenciled in blue letters along the cabin doors.

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