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Henry Ford Museum

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7/4/2011

Our Location: Dearborn, MI

Henry Ford Museum


Mark has been to the Henry Ford Museum before.  It is his most favorite museums.

The Henry Ford Museum is a continual work-in-progress and this time, the automobile exhibit was closed for remodeling.  But there were still several cars to see.

The number of pictures here is limited because Mark spent most of the time looking, remembering old exhibits and taking in the new.

As all m museums, the only way to see them is in person because photographs cannot do justice to the exhibits.

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Henry Ford Museum The entrance to the Henry Ford Museum was modeled after Independence Hall in Philadelphia because Henry Ford was a fiercely patriotic man. Henry Ford Museum
Henry Ford Museum Just a few of the automobiles that are usually on display. Henry Ford Museum
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Henry Ford Museum For Mark, one of the premier exhibits is this Allegheny 2-6-6-6, the most powerful steam locomotive ever built..

From the largest to one of the first locomotives.
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Henry Ford Museum The Ford Trimotor, the first a metal passenger aircraft..

The first Boeing Airmail airplane that also carries the first passengers.
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Henry Ford Museum This was the dream-car that became the Ford Mustang.
Henry Ford Museum As a kid in Milwaukee, Mark grew up with the Oscar Mayer Weinermobile traveling around town. Henry Ford Museum
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Henry Ford Museum Mark trying out a modern day corn picker, complete with air-conditioning, and radio.
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