Another view inside factory #02/08

Shown below is the same view in factory #02/08 only during World War II. This shows the prop shaft forgings for the Liberator engine during WWII.

This was my work station inside of factory #02/08. This area was used for front & rear fascia storage. I had the whole place to myself on second shift and it could be spooky sometimes late at night. Day shift used the main building (old train shed) for setting up & checking the A.G.V. carriers for the assembly factory, A.G.V. stands for automated guided vehicle.This factory originally was the #02 shipping factory and train shed. It took over the #08 designation when plastic injection molding was started here.
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