Main entrance to the Ford Kentucky Truck Plant, Louisville.  March 22, 2004.  10:43 a.m. EST.

Photographer's comments:
     Louisville is a Ford town, and it has been since the company began making Model T's here in 1913.  Today, more than 10,000 people work at Ford's two Louisville plants.  Ford Explorer sport-utility vehicles are made at the Louisville Assembly Plant.  Ford Excursion SUVs and Super-Duty pickups are made across town at the Kentucky Truck Plant.
     The photo above shows the main entrance to the Kentucky Truck Plant office building.  That's a Super-Duty pickup at left, on top of the building.  At right is an Excursion, America's largest SUV. 
More location information:
Louisville, largest city in Kentucky, is in the north-central part of the state along the southern shore of the Ohio River. 
Posted March 23, 2004.