Detroit & Lima Northern 7 steams through Walnut Grove as it makes a circle trip around Greenfield Village.
Detroit & Lima Northern 7 hardly makes any smoke (it's a very efficient locomotive), so most shots of it look static - like it's standing still. I asked the fireman if he could produce "just a li... (more)
After six years of painstaking restoration, Detroit & Lima Northern 7 has entered service at The Henry Ford. Here it is backing away from the Greenfield Village roundhouse, ready to start the day... (more)
No. 7 steams out of Smith's Creek station with an afternoon run.
No. 7 switches cars at the end of a long day. She's painted in two-tone olive green with gold pinstripes, the way most Baldwin locomotives were painted at the factory in the 1890s. Note the uniqu... (more)
No. 7 smokes it up as it steams through Walnut Grove in Greenfield Village. At this point the 4-4-0 wasn't officially in regular service, as it was still having teething problems (a balky air com... (more)
Not the first, but close! This 300-hp diesel was the 18th boxcab "oil-electric" built (in 1926) by Alco/General Electric/Ingersoll Rand. This type of unit is considered to be the first commercia... (more)
No. 1 steams across Firestone Farm road in Greenfield Village. The farmhouse in the background was the childhood home of tire magnate Harvey Firestone, and was moved in from Ohio.
The turtles in the pond alongside the Weiser Railroad's right-of-way in Greenfield Village are only slightly disturbed by the passage of 4-4-0 No. 7.
This small 4-wheel Plymouth gas-mechanical was used by the City of Detroit to switch coal cars at the Misterky Power Plant. Today the locomotive switches cars in Greenfield Village. It has a Cl... (more)
No. 1 steams through Greenfield Village behind a replica of the one room Miller School, which Henry Ford attended from 1872 to 1874 in Springwells Township.
The Monitor Base Ball Club of Chelsea, Michigan, salutes Detroit & Lima Northern 7 as it steams through Walnut Grove.
Detroit & Lima Northern 7, an 1897 Baldwin 4-4-0, is steamed up inside Greenfield Village's 1881 Detroit, Toledo & Milwaukee roundhouse from Marshall, Michigan.
Back in service after a six year restoration, Detroit & Lima Northern 7 shines in her original "Baldwin Olive Green" that she was delivered with in 1897.
No. 1 approaches Susquehanna Station at Greenfield Village with the first run of the morning.