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Plattsburgh Air Force Base, Aircraft Maintenance Dock, Alabama Avenue at Arkansas Street, Plattsburgh, Clinton County, NY

Plattsburgh Air Force Base, Aircraft Maintenance Dock, Alabama Avenue at Arkansas Street, Plattsburgh, Clinton County, NY

 
 
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Significance: Building 2741 was constructed at the same time as, and is essentially identical in appearance to Buildings 2766, 2785, 2793, 2808, 2818, 2837, and 2890. 6 of these were designed as large aircraft maintenance docks and provided protected space for the maintenance of larger aircraft. One dock originally provided protected space for the maintenance of small aircraft, but was redesignated as a helicopter Rescue and Recovery Hangar. One dock was a fuel systems maintenance dock and provided for fuel system maintenance, mechanical ventilation, fire extinguishing and wash down drainage trenches. All 8 docks contain installed utility systems (heat, plumbing, electric, and compressed air).
Survey number: HAER NY-326-L

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Historic American Engineering Record, creator
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Plattsburgh (N.Y.)44.65322, -73.45831
Google Map of 44.6532165, -73.45831030000001
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