This beautifully restored Gemini boilerplate is owned by David Ursin of Holden, MA. It is one of a few artifacts of this size in private hands. Ursin also owns an Apollo boilerplate, and is offering the Gemini for sale to help in a restoration of the Apollo. Read more about these capsules in this Boston Globe Story.
This Gemini Boilerplate is privately owned by David Ursin in Holden, Massachusetts. It was probably used in water training, due to the work around the hatches and the heavy tow ring on the front. It is similar in appearence to a Gemini BP located to the Air Force Space Museum in Cape Canaveral. Florida.
Location: Holden, MA
Photo by: David Ursin
MSC 313 is similar in appearance to MSC 312 found here. MSC stands for Manned Spacecraft Center, the original name for the Johnson Space Center.