Travel Back in Time in Henry Ford’s Greenfield Village

Walk through Thomas Edison’s laboratory, visit the Wright bicycle shop, and tour a courthouse where Abraham Lincoln practiced law, all in one place in Michigan

Steam locomotive “Edison” on the tracks in Greenfield Village. Built by Manchester Locomotive Works in Manchester, New Hampshire, in 1875 as an 0–4–0 engine, Henry Ford had it rebuilt to a 4–4–0 in 1932. The engine was originally operated by Edison Portland Cement Company.
Steam locomotive “Edison” on the tracks in Greenfield Village. Built by Manchester Locomotive Works in Manchester, New Hampshire, in 1875 as a 0–4–0 engine, Henry Ford had it rebuilt to a 4–4–0 in 1932. The engine was originally operated by Edison Portland Cement Company. © 2022 Randy Runtsch.

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