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Smiths Creek Depot-Retired

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400003608379
As a young boy Thomas Edison sold newspapers at this and other stops along the Detroit-to-Huron Railroad. Built in 1859 near Port Huron, Michigan, the building was moved by Henry Ford to Greenfield Village in 1929. Created exclusively for the Henry Ford by F.J. Designs of Ohio as part of the Cat's Meow® Village. 6" w x 3" h.
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As a young boy Thomas Edison sold newspapers at this and other stops along the Detroit-to-Huron Railroad. Built in 1859 near Port Huron, Michigan, the building was moved by Henry Ford to Greenfield Village in 1929. Created exclusively for the Henry Ford by F.J. Designs of Ohio as part of the Cat's Meow® Village. 6" w x 3" h.