A photo I took back in June of 2013 when Detroit & Lima Northern RY #7 was on its third evening of test runs after its restoration to operation at Greenfield Village. Prior to that year it had not run since the late 1920's when it was put on static display in Henry Ford's "Edison Institute" museum.
This photo was of the same locomotive and taken in November, 1921 when it was pulling a publicity train on Ford's newly renovated Detroit Toledo & Ironton. #7 was the first locomotive put through the shops and updated to Ford's new and modern standards. I purchased this photo several years ago on eBay. It was a news photo that still had all the editors marks on it from when it was published. I found it somewhat interesting that the smoke was blowing in the same direction relative to the locomotive and the rods were in the same position in both photos taken nearly 92 years apart.