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(Sort of) a sad day in Brookpark, Ohio*.

Not far from where I grew up.  That's the Cleveland Hopkins Airport tower in the background.

From Wikipedia:  "Cleveland Engine Plant Number 2 opened in 1955 to produce the Y-block 292 V8 for the Ford Thunderbird. It was the source of the famed 351 Cleveland V8, and most recently, it was the site for Duratec 25 and 30 production starting in 1994. The plant closed in May 2012....."


* (Not as sad as it could be because the facility had been abandoned for quite a while anyway...)


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