The 165,000-sqaure foot assembly plant, located at 1901 Hill Street and designed by internationally recognized industrial architect Albert Kahn, open its doors in 1924. It’s known for having a pair of 800’ skylight panels that provide natural light into the industrial plant below. At one point, Ford employed over 800 workers who spent their time manufacturing 200 Model-T and Model A cars and trucks a day. Ford shut down this operation in the late 1960’s. Today, the factory has made the “Jacksonville’s Most Endangered Historic Buildings” list. (via Inside the Ford Motor Company Assembly Plant | Metro Jacksonville)

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