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Alco museum given a gala boost

Design shown for tribute to locomotive company

James Cesare, center, director of the ALCO Museum, talks with Sue and Bob Smith, left, and Jack Pollard at the museum's inaugural gala Saturday.
James Cesare, center, director of the ALCO Museum, talks with Sue and Bob Smith, left, and Jack Pollard at the museum's inaugural gala Saturday.
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Formal attire and an M-47 Patton tank marked the American Locomotive Company Heritage Museum’s gala on Saturday night, which featured the unveiling of its 18,000-square-foot design plan. Alco’s 100-year history will soon be on display, if plans and fundraising fall into place. The historic company churned out 60,000 locomotives in its lifetime and produced tanks and other heavy weapons during World War II. Alco and General Electric were the industrial anchors that made Schenectady “the ...

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Starman
November 11, 2011
8:01 p.m.

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Another flop by this group! Holding a dinner in a dirty warehouse during a freezing cold night? No heat!,Overpriced!
Food was cold I was told too! $50.00 per person for a Buffet ? They are NUTS!

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