Scott Beale's photos of the Henry Ford Museum

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BB pal Scott Beale posted a stunning flickr photoset of his visit to the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan. At the Laughing Squid Blog, Scott writes:

This museum is an awesome testament to the history of American innovation and automation. It is so large, 12 indoor acres, that it even contains a couple of complete trains, both engines and cars with tracks built into the museum floor as well as several full-sized planes including a Douglas DC-3. Other notable installations were several of the Lincoln Continental presidental limousines, including the one that JFK was riding in when he as assassinated in Dallas, an entire motel room from a 70's era Holiday Inn, Lamy's Diner, a 1940's diner transplaned from Marlboro, Massachusetts, an Oscar Mayer Wienermobile and even the refurbished Rosa Parks bus.