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)
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.
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.