ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - It was quite a sight in Albuquerque on Monday as parts of an iconic Boeing B-47 were towed through the streets.
Its final destination was the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History on Eubank which has received the plane as a permanent loan from the Air Force Museum.
For now, the museum is receiving the fuselage, wings and engines of the plane and is raising money to complete the exhibit.
At 107 feet long, with a wing span of 116 feet, the B-47 was the country's first swept-wing, multi-engine bomber.
It represented a milestone in aviation history and a revolution in aircraft design.
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