It took us all day to view the Ford Museum, 10 AM to 5 PM. One of us reads every word, on every placard, at every exhibit, so when the guide says “Oh, you can see the Museum in 3 hours”, not us.
Now, that is what I call a snow plow.
The museum was divided into different areas. This one was on trains. Barbara was reading that this engine was used in the Canadian Rockies to clear the tracks of snow drifts. Actually, I jumped to the trains you can sit in:
There were many things to see, like one of the original RV’s:
Come on, crank it up to 3 lights.
They did have some very interesting items. For example, the chair from Ford’s theater where Lincoln was sitting when he was shot,
Do you think that is his pee?
And the bus in which Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat.