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Greenfield Village - Henry Ford Museum

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Experience firsthand the sights, sounds and sensations of America’s fascinating formation, where over 80 acres brim with resourcefulness and ingenuity. Here, 300 years of American perseverance serve as a living reminder that anything is possible. Step foot in the lab where Thomas Edison had his lightbulb moment or the workshop where the Wright brothers taught us to reach for the sky. Take a ride in a real Model T, or a walk through four working farms. Rub shoulders with world-class artisans, and explore the place where America’s can-do spirit inspires you to go out and get it done.

Greenfield Village

gv_state An extension of the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan, Greenfield Village is a small town replica featuring many historic exhibits and modes of transportation. The museum features a 3 mile railroad and live steam equipment.

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Greenfield Village map / web

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Greenfield Village #3
"Torch Lake"

  • builder:Mason Machine Works
  • arrangement:0-6-4T
  • type:Forney six-coupled
  • built:1873
  • fuel:_________
  • notes:
  • ex Calumet & Hecla Mining Company
    to Henry Ford Museum, in service
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    This page was updated on 2017-08-24