General Electric Plant Demolition — Niles, Ohio

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First built in 1909-1910 as the Fostoria Glass Plant on East Federal Street in Niles, it merged with National Lamp and GE in 1911.

One of the major employers in the city, the east portion of the building was demolished in 2015. Below are images of its demise.

General Electric Safety Book

Fostoria Glass Works and General Electric Plant

General Electric visit by Ronald Reagan.


View of particulate cleaner and stack.
View of particulate cleaner and stack.

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