Historic Building 46 of the Cummins Engine Company's complex in Columbus, Indiana, formerly housed the assembly line for the ISX 15 engine before production was moved to Jamestown, New York, in 2002. Today it's called the History Restoration Center, with archives and memorabilia from the company's early years. Cummins opened the doors to journalists on a recent trip to Columbus, Indiana, and Jim Park and Jack Roberts shared these photos.
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