Lost Windsor

Fisher Body Plant – 1926

A view of the Fisher Body Plant in Ford City. The factory was located at the south west corner of Edna & St Luke. Following its run as a Fisher Body plant in the early 1930s, the building went through a number of uses over the years, before becoming home to Complete Packaging.

In November 1987, the building was torched by an arsonist, and in one of Windsor’s largest fires the entire building was destroyed.

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