The Trump family's former pride stands at the end of a bumpy road outside of the small town of Newburgh.
It's a spooky place.
The journey leads past a cement works that has been shut down for years, its chimneys are sooty, its windows are broken.
You can see a warehouse of the parcel service UPS and a car dealer who sells old pick-ups.
And then, behind a barbed wire fence, an aircraft appears, navy blue, with a red "T" on the tail unit: the Trump Force One.