Posted by: potomacpacemaker | April 27, 2011

More Press for the Pacemaker

The Potomac Pacemaker restoration was featured yesterday in The Salisbury Post.

Volunteers restoring DC-3

By Karissa Minn

SPENCER — The Potomac Pacemaker, a passenger plane built in the mid-1900s, lies on its belly like a beached whale in the Back Shop of the North Carolina Transportation Museum.

Now stranded in the expansive warehouse, the Douglas DC-3 passenger plane awaits a spot on display beside the museum’s other vehicles.

One day each month, volunteers work diligently to restore the airplane to prime condition for the benefit of future museum visitors.

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