Lord Perry, chairman of the board of directors of Ford Motor Company Ltd., England, disclosed in a press conference in Dearborn, Mich., that although the company's Dagenham property was struck more than 150 times during air raids, damage to the buildings was negligible.
The above photograph, taken recently, verifies his statement. 26th November 1946.
From Ford News Bureau, Administration Building, Dearborn, Michigan.
The riverside scene of the New Ford Works at Dagenham, Essex.
The Jetty, which is shown in course of construction, is estimated to cost
one third of a million pounds.
Campbell's Press Studio; A.J. Pound 57, St.Paul's Churchyard, London. E.C. 4
24th October 1930
A Roof Top View of part of the Engineering Shops covering an area of 28 acres
under one widespreading roof.
Window cleaners never finish their job here.
7th August 1934