North Freedom, Wisconsin: Forevertron (Closed - In Transition)Tom Every, aka "Dr. Evermor," has constructed a vast, towering science fiction landscape from old carburetors and discarded power house machines.
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Just finished crossing the US and Forevertron was the best stop on our list of sights. Tom Every is still welding and was happy to entertain visitors and discuss his work. Don't forget bug repellent; I think I collected more than 20 bites that afternoon![Randy Vogel, 07/31/2008]
The Forevertron is an absolutely amazing sight! When we were there in April, and Tom and Eleanor were there. Unfortunately Tom wasn't doing too well after a series of strokes, and though slightly confused and confined to the Scion xB by his wife, he was still excited to talk to us about his creations. I'm wondering if anyone knows how he's doing now.
My family's favorite part was the bird band, as we are all very musical people. I didn't count the bird band members, but I think are more than 70 now. We had a ball wandering around the site, gawking at the amazing sculptures by Tom and his son. Tom Every is truly an artistic genius.[Cindy Stevenson, 01/11/2006]
The Forevertron coolest iron sculpture ever. We spoke with Dr. Evermore's ex-wife and he's still in pretty rough shape from some health problems he's been having. But the attraction is still everything I hoped it would be.[Greg Mizer, 06/16/2005]
Forevertron (Closed - In Transition)
- US 12, North Freedom, WI
- On U.S. 12, about five miles south of Baraboo, behind Delaney's Surplus, across the highway from the Badger Army Ammunition Plant.
- Oct. 2014: Closed, temporarily displaced. (Call to verify)