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80-6-04'-8½"Detroit & Mackinac (Michigan Alkali) Greenfield Village, Dearborn, MIstoredBaldwin #41228, 03/1914 Used for D&M executive trains in the 70s
3 (518)0-6-4T4'-8½"H&TL (C&HM) Greenfield Village, Dearborn, MIoperationalMason Machine Works #518, 1873 Named Torch Lake. Only surviving Mason Bogie type locomotive.
74-4-04'-8½"DT&I (Detroit & Lima Northern) Greenfield Village, Dearborn, MIoperationalBaldwin #15317, 1897 Henry Ford's personal locomotive. Restored in 2012
14-4-04'-8½"Ford Greenfield Village, Dearborn, MIoperationalManchester Locomotive Works, 1870s Named Edison. Rebuilt at the Rouge Shops from an 0-4-0 in 1932 to represent an 1800's William Mason by Henry Ford.
45 (8085)I-80a4-4-24'-8½"DT&I (NYC) Greenfield Village, Dearborn, MIdisplayALCO (Schenectady) #25887, 03/1902Beautifully restored
0-2-24'-8½" Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, MIdisplayNamed Rocket, replica
0-4-04'-8½"NYC Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, MIdisplayhistory Named De Witt Clinton, replica
1601H-82-6-6-64'-8½"C&O Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, MIdisplayLima #7821, 1941
154C3B2-8-04'-8½"B&LE Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, MIdisplayBaldwin #33370, 1909
110 (3)4-4-04'-8½"J.J. McDonough Lumber (Atlantic & Gulf) Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, MIdisplayRogers #812, 01/1858 Named Sam Hill, operated in the 1930s when Henry Ford opened.
70-4-0ST24"Wayne County Roads John D. Dingell Transit Center, Dearborn, MIdisplayDavenport Locomotive Works #1898, 01/1922 Fron the Henry Ford Museum

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