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Ford of Canada – 1915

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Today’s post shows the inside of the Ford assembly plant on the Windsor waterfront from 1915. This photograph shows the Model T assembly line and a few partially built Model T’s. The assembly plant was designed by Albert Kahn, who by then was becoming well known for his light filled, spacious, factory designs.

Hope everyone enjoyed their long weekend. Only a few more weeks until Labour Day…

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