Michael Hopkins, a master's student in the College of Architecture at UM, sent along these aerial shots of Flint. (Click on images to enlarge.)
He's working on a project and he needs an expert on Chevy in the Hole to help him out:
"I'm working on a project situated in the former Chevy in the Hole site. My approach is more about a dynamic model responding to ever-changing economic, environmental, and social needs as well as addressing the emotional connection that may have been lost due to the closing and removal of the factory and buildings.I've passed along the info I have, which wasn't much, so I'm hoping readers can assist Michael with his project. If you have any familiarity with the factory buildings — especially the ability to I.D. the various buildings — email him at mthop (at) umich (dot) edu.
"I'm interested in any information about Chevy in the Hole (i.e. what went on in individual buildings, what is happening in the immediate area around Chevy in the hole as well as the region itself, etc). Also, I'm very interested in finding any images of the buildings that were once on the site."