This view across the Buick factories is looking north east. Check out the horse and wagon making a delivery at the Mott plant at the lower left. The tracks running up the center are probably still there, they were when I left in 1997. After WWII they just filled these in with blacktop or as it was then called “Tarvy-top”. This is also a good view of the west wing of factory #01 which far outlasted the east wing, removed in the mid thirties. This is a good view of the first Buick Power house that lasted until 1920.