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Intrepid Air/Space Museum
With SR-71 Blackbird, now also home to a Concorde.
Blackbird SR-71 (0.06 mi / 0.09 km)
Cruise ship (0.14 mi / 0.23 km)
RMS Queen Mary 2 (0.28 mi / 0.46 km)
US Airways 1549 Ditch Site (0.41 mi / 0.66 km)
West 57 Residential Tower Pyramid (0.61 mi / 0.99 km)
Roof Top Proposal (text) (0.66 mi / 1.07 km)
The New York Times Headquarters (0.81 mi / 1.31 km)
New Yorker Hotel (0.93 mi / 1.49 km)
2 Columbus Circle (0.98 mi / 1.58 km)
Times Square (1.01 mi / 1.62 km)
From: guamg8rThe SR-71 Blackbird on the starboard side froward of the Bridge complex could never have flown off an aircraft carrier not even if Pappy Boyington himself was piloting it. For that matter nor could the MIG 2 planes aft it.
Tue Jun 13 14:32:11 -0700 2006
From: geeeniusLooks to me like there was a stiching problem with this picture. The Concorde currently resides on a ship off the port side of the intrepid (on the other side of the dock) behind the sub. If you look closely you can actually see the wing of the concorde sticking out of the ship behind the sub.
Tue Jun 13 15:32:03 -0700 2006
From: pete592Not necessarily a stitching problem, just a case of old data being adjacent to new data. Looks like what happened is the exhibit that preceded the Concorde, the destroyer USS Edson, is still there (old data), but the water next to it has a Concorde wing tip (new data). Both exhibits occupied the same space on the pier at different times.
Fri Jun 16 12:51:57 -0700 2006