It is a great.....do you happen to know what that area looks like today?
Contd... As long as we are showing construction and demolition, may as well show what it looked like when it was standing. This is the same aerial photo of the Willys-Overland Toledo plant posted near the beginning of this thread, but I reposted so you don't have to sort through and find it. Central Avenue runs across the foreground, while the railroads (actually, two railroads) running top-to-bottom and North-South are the New York Central (left/West) and Michigan Central (right/East). The building under construction via steam shovels and horse teams in the photo above is 46D. See the trapezoid-ish building along the railroad side of the complex? 46D is the one directly behind it. This aerial photo appears to be around 1955 or 1960, but the facility didn't change a whole lot in layout from this moment in time until final demolition a few years ago.