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Money woes knock ALCO museum off track

Visitors line up to get a closer look at a M47 Patton Tank at the ALCO Heritage Museum grand opening in June 2012.
Photographer: Stacey Lauren-Kennedy
Visitors line up to get a closer look at a M47 Patton Tank at the ALCO Heritage Museum grand opening in June 2012.
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The ALCO Heritage Museum has been derailed, at least temporarily, but the ALCO Historical and Technical Society is alive and well, according to President Matt Giardino. The museum opened on Maxon Road Extension in Schenectady on June 10, 2012, and remained open until Oct. 7. The original idea was to reopen the museum sometime this month in a smaller building at the same location, but those plans have been scrapped due to lack of funding. ...

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