If I had asked them what they wanted they would have said faster horses. Greetings from the Henry Ford Museum here in Dearborn Michigan
#Henry Ford Museum#Henry Ford quote
"If I had asked them what they wanted they would have said faster horses". Greetings from the Henry Ford Museum here in Dearborn Michigan. Henry Ford quote
#statute of Henry Ford
Here is a close-up of the statute of Henry Ford born in 1863 and died in 1947
a locomotive and this is the Allegheny locomotive here. Look at that. Wow. Give you a nice close up of the some of the - look at that. Climb aboard the sign says.
#Stevenson rocket#rogers locomotive
starting out here's another engine that you can see with that this is the 1829 Stevenson rocket as what this is and here you have the rogers locomotive works the president October 21st 1829
#the Canadian Pacific
So here is the Canadian Pacific Look at this.
Alright let's find our way to the back and find some of the presidential vehicles. An old Texaco station Really really a fantastic fantastic display in the vehicles I'd imagine you could just spend a whole day here in the in the museum itself.
#presidential vehicles#Cornell Liberty
All right let's go find the presidential vehicles. This is a 57 Cornell Liberty safefty car.
#Abbot-Downing Concord coach
Here you have a stagecoach. The Abbot-Downing Concord coach 1891
#Declaration of Independence#Declaration of Independence
the Declaration of Independence in here. This actually might be the copy here the Declaration of Independence you can see. Look at that. We hold these truths to be self-evident but all men are created equal.
Who do we have here. George Washington a hero of his time. Washington's camp chest.
#ford theater#abe lincoln#John Wilkes Booth
this is the chair that Lincoln was sitting in in the ford theater and you can see mentioned it's probably blood-stained puppet the up at the top there. abe lincoln ... was sitting in when he was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth
#Edison General Electric Company#Pearl Street Power Station
We've come to a very interesting part of the museum here showing you all types of ah, steam engines. The Edison General Electric Company look at that cool or what. Steam engine and electric generators 1891 model of 1882 Pearl Street Power Station
we've got a plane of Amelia Earhart in here somewhere look at this vehicle here this plane
this Josephine Ford who will be the first near Birds camp three adventure explorers and combine efforts to bring the airship Norge today we're racing with word to put them first up over the North Pole
it's a Boeing 737 and 1967 you can see these four signatures bring this around a little bit
Then you come over here and you have the Ford Trimotor 1928
#Alexander Graham Bell
Alexander Graham Bell's first words transmitted by telephone in 1876 anticipated the way telephones would become vital to social and business life in America
this is the Reagan car and a 1972 Lincoln you can see the sleek limousine first used by President Nixon provided refuge for President Reagan and 81 after his shop
nnedy car a tragic event occurs so this would be the car makenna d was in the brook would have been down of course but here it is this is the this is the limousine that Kennedy was in when he was shot
the next vehicle these are going back in back in time if you will this vehicle here is the bubble top white D Eisenhower's Bubbletop so here is the stylish convertible to see and be seen in there
#Franklin Delano Roosevelt Sun
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Sun sunshine special. You can see. The first especially designed and built for a president.
#Teddy Roosevelt#Brougham#Teddy Roosevelt
Teddy Roosevelt circa 1902 Brougham an elegant carriage for the rich and powerful. So there you have Teddy Roosevelt going around in one of these I don't know if that was a bulletproof glass or not
Henry Ford Museum Tour - Dearborn Michigan
Come along for an unforgettable tour of the Henry Ford Museum in Michigan to see presidential vehicles, the chair President Lincoln was shot in, the Wright Brothers Plane, Rosa Parks bus, and more!