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Dodge Ghosts
The Factories and structures of early Dodge Manufacturing.
Date(s): August 6, 2005. Album by MoparNorm. 1 - 28 of 28 Total. 3968 Visits.
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Fantastic resource!
Thank you for gathering these pics!
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Robin McQueen | http://www.hotrodders.com/forum/journal.php?action=view&journalid=30254&page=1&reverse=1, Sun, 27 Jan 2008 5:25PM
Thanks,great stuff.
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"achille", Sat, 23 Jun 2007 12:06AM
Thanks for the wonderful pics of Dodge Brothers and other points of interests in Chrysler History. Being a Dodge Brothers Club member and having a keen love of history, I enjoyed these pics immensely. Thanks again!
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Thomas J. Labadie(DB69), Sun, 25 Mar 2007 2:26PM
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Boydell,  Original Dodge Bros. Factory

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Lynch Road Plant
Originally the Plymouth Plant, then Dodge.

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San Leandro Humpback Dodge
Near the San Leandro Dodge Truck Factory, home to Power Wagon production on the West Coast.

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Gemmer Steering Plant

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Dodge Truck Plant
Most likely the Mound Road Plant, WWII military production. Possibly 1942 judging by the 3/4 ton trucks.

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Dodge Bros. Foundry

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Dodge Assembly Building Detroit

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Greater Detroit Manufacturing
Dodge Bros. site at top center.
Chrysler site at lower right, near Belle Isle,


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Dodge Plant map close-up
Located between the Plymouth and Cheverolet Plants

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Chrysler Plant close-up
Lake Shore Drive facility

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Dodge Lynch Road Parking Lot

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mound road

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Lynch Road

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1935  Dodge Engine Factory

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DB Admin

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WPC-cover
DB Admin, 1955

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Dodge Announcement

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Hamtramck
1920's era watercolor

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Overland
Built in 1915, torn down in 2007,only one stack, with the letters "OVERLAND" remains at the site of the Toledo Willys Plant.

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Dodge Main

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Dodge Main

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Dodge Main aerial

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End of Dodge Main a
End of an Era

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End of Dodge Main

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Dodge Main test-track

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Merry-go-Round at Trenton Engine Plant home of B and RB 1962

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Detroit Axle  1917  West  Entrance

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1926 Willys Overland Forge Shop
See photo 19 for reference of the three large (two in this shot) brick smokestacks.

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