Another set of photos from the Coca-Cola bottling plant in Indianapolis. This room was intended to show off Coke to the public. There was a mini bottling line in the room to show people the “sanitary” process used in manufacturing (remember, this was the 1930s). The public could sample Coca-Cola in the opulent room. A good example of design (Art Deco) being used to advance a product. This part of the bottling plant will be used as the lobby for a new boutique hotel, once again making the room open to the public.