Sunday, September 04, 2005

Greenfield Village

This picture was taken in the railroad roundhouse at Greenfield Village at the Henry Ford Museum in the Detroit suburb of Dearborn. I am standing on the hook of a railroad crane that was built to do maintenance in the tunnels running between Detroit and Canada. According to the docent the railroad had very few incidents needing a crane, and as a result this machine survived its many years of service in amazing condition. I just though that the yellow color of the hook, nicely showed off my colors.

See you again soon!


  1. Agreed...the yellow background shows your beautiful colouring off to perfection. Too funny :o)

  2. Anonymous9/05/2005

    Thank You!


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