Wednesday, 20 July 2016

Greenfield village


More photos taken at the Greenfield village at the Henry Ford Museum.  There was so much to see and enjoy.

Here's a statue of Henry Ford











Lots of great buildings - so different from architecture here in the British isles.



You could take a ride in a model T



Below is the original home of poet Robert Frost


Love the bright red home


An old school



Train station decorated patriotically for the 4th




Hope you liked!

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Many thanks for visiting!


19 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh, I haven't been here since I was a little kid. How fun!

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  2. What a great place. Independence Hall!

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  3. Christine, you must have had a fabulous trip...GREAT sights!

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  4. this is a place i'd love to visit! a friend of mine lives near it and posts pics occassionally..great photos, especially the hallway and the fountain!

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  5. That's cute: the old car. Love also the Henry Ford and the mill and ... Thanks for sharing. Super.

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  6. I'd like to ride in the Model T!

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  7. Looks like a great place to visit with lots to see. Beautiful images Christine and thanks for sharing.

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  8. Excellent photos! Sounds you had an interesting trip.

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  9. such a cute place. love the 3rd photo and the fences, too. :)

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  10. Some amazing photos. I really like that fountain.

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  11. Good photos from the tour of Greenfield Village. Henry Ford was not easy to get along with, and alienated many of his best employees.

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  12. It was so nice seeing all these sites again. I enjoyed them all. : )

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  13. Amazing photos to take a virtual tour

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  14. A wonderful tour with your beautiful photos. I think I might have been there in 1970.

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  15. An interesting tour with lovely photos! A great place to visit.

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  16. Took my older boys when they were little there! They loved it! We lived in Michigan for three years.
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  17. Nice to see that it is so well-preserved!

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  18. We stayed in a Dearborn Hotel once for a convention (mine) and my husband toured this while I was going to boring meetings. And we've never gone back. He didn't take pictures, so I really enjoyed looking at yours!

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