Transportation museum trashed

High winds ripped the roof off the Virginia Museum of Transportation in Roanoke July 19, mainly in the aviation wing, according to the Roanoke Times. Fortunately, the airplanes weren't damaged, but the roof had just been replaced six month ago. Damage is estimated at $250,000, and the storm spewed asbestos all over the place from the remains of the old roof.

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Isn't this the place kinda next door to the O. Winston Link Museum in the Star City?