I was in Omaha, Nebraska yesterday and saw what looked like an old Ford factory near the airport. It had an old water tank on the top with a weathered Ford logo. The plant had apparently been turned into loft apartments. It looked just like the old pictures of the Highland Park plant and other auto plants of that era.
With a quick Google search, sure enough it was a Model T plant built in 1916, “strategically close to rail lines.” Lean thinking at Ford, I suppose.
That would be a cool place to live!
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