Former Studebaker Administration Building.
Another view of Studebaker’s former headquarters. Studebaker at one time was serviced
by its own in-house industrial railroad as well as by competing Class I railroads and their
affiliates including the NYC, the PRR, and Wabash. Studebaker eventually shut down its
South Bend plant in December of 1963 and consolidated remaining auto production at its
Hamilton, ON, plant. In 1966 Studebaker eliminated its automotive division to focus on
other, more profitable lines of business and its headquarters were relocated to New York