I stopped in the Detroit Dry Dock Engine Works building to look around. Its such a huge interior space, the noises in there are unreal and cave like. Birds of all kinds made other worldly sounds. This is of course the building where a young Henry Ford learned machining skills. You might think such a place would be preserved.
“1892” still under the wooden flag pole hilt.
MACHINE SHOP ESTABLISHED 1892
Or is it 62 ? 52 ?
A fashion photo shoot on the rubble of the Screw Factory
Remember this stretch of Merchants Row on Woodward ? Starts with the Fred Sanders storefront on the left (beauty supply).
Parking lot now.
Madison Lenox Hotel ? Soon to be a parking lot.