For those not from the Detroit area, the Packard Plant was built in 1907 and was the second car factory built in the world (the Ford plant down the road was the first). It consists of about 40 separate buildings all inner connected in a nearly mile long maze. At one time they produced the most expensive luxurious cars in the world. They also produced WW2 tank and jet engines, and were the major producer of Rolls Royce engines. I was inside for over 3 hours and only covered about 20% of it. I also ran out of film less then halfway though. It's kind of overwhelming inside, it's like an unofficial museum. Enjoy. I tried to keep these in sequential order, kind of like a tour though the plant. The East end. Door is always open at the Pac'. This was odd. When I took the picture I just thought it was randing stuff falling from the ceiling. Now that I look closer it looks like ghosts or KKK members being hung by the neck. I have a second batch still being worked on, I will post them in a few weeks if anyone is interested. Let me know what you think.