The New Orleans Ford branch assembly factory, a good example of plant construction in the early nineteen twenties, and (below) the Rouge plant about 1928, showing the northern end of the slip at the right, the storage bins at its left, the high line bordering it, and farther left the blast furnaces, foundry, and power plant (tall chimneys).

From Ford: Expansion and Challenge, 1915-1933 by Allan Nevins and Frank Ernest Hill

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  • American: 1900-present
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  • The New Orleans Ford branch assembly factory, a good example of plant construction in the early nineteen twenties, and (below) the Rouge plant about 1928, showing the northern end of the slip at the right, the storage bins at its left, the high line bordering it, and farther left the blast furnaces, foundry, and power plant (tall chimneys).