GE Nela Park

Maryrose T. Sylvester, President and CEO, GE Lighting, and Bob Corcoran, GE Vice President, Corporate Citizenship open a time capsule from 1916.

The 1916 time capsule contained filament wire, incandescent lamps, lamp manuals, as well as other artifacts.

On the occasion of the Nela Park Centennial, a new time capsule was "planted" for future generations.

In the newly opened GE Museum of Lighting Innovation, several early versions of incandescent lamps are on display.

Nela Park Building 307 taken on Dec. 2, 1912.

Moving caravan outside E. 45th St. plant on Apr. 18, 2013.

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