|This is a very interesting painting showing either an early work shop or assembly of Buick's. My guess is assembly because of the overhead belt drive. "Very well done".|
Sunday, September 9, 2012
|This view in front of the engine plant #11 we are facing east towards Division Street. Beyond Division is the new foundry #20. This is on Oakland Street which was later changed to Leith Street.|
Saturday, September 8, 2012
|A well known photo of the first Buick plant in Flint, Michigan. Original photo taken by: Guy A. Gaines Click here for 1904 view.|
|September 19, 1903.|
|Enlargement of the photo above showing an automobile sitting in front of the test shed on the south side of the factory.|
This seems like a strange way of testing the engine compartment for moisture related problems. "Things in 1923 seem so quaint now". This is Hamilton Avenue facing west from in front of the Buick Service and Parts plant. The main office is shown in the left background with factory #01 in the right background. The only water test we had here in my time was the "Leak Test" that was looking for water penetrating the passenger and trunk compartment.
Buick Factory #01.
Buick's Second Main Office.
Hamilton Avenue At Buick
THE FACTORY BEHIND THE CAR