Submitted by Richard K. Fleischer
Railroad freight car roofs like this one were made by the Chicago Cleveland Car Roof Co. in Warren, Oh. The building on Thomas Road in Warren had changed hands a few times. Being a Packard Electric motor plant until the electric motor business was moved to Delco in Dayton, Oh. in 1961.
It then became Halsey Taylor, and later Packard Electric plant 41 in 1980 until about 2006. From 1980 on, for a few years, this plant made Computer Command Control harnesses for automobiles. After the harness business went to Mexico the plant made cut leads for remote shipment to Mexico to be built into wiring harnesses.
Today, Burke Enterprises has the building.