Forest Ranger Documents Adirondack Plane Crash Sites
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Hidden among the rugged mountains, spruce thickets and mossy bogs of the 6-million-acre Adirondack Park lie the remnants of dozens of planes that have met their doom over the decades.
They include single-engine private planes, military jets and commercial aircraft. Some are well-known, like the Air Force B-47 bomber that crashed into Wright Peak in 1962, leaving wreckage visited by hikers to this day. Others have nearly vanished, leaving little but scraps of canvas and rusted steel beneath ferns and fallen trees.
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