The Tod engine house, demolished February, 1997. A planned home for the Tod engine, it once housed a similar William Tod blowing engine. Youngstown mayor Patrick J. Ungaro ordered this building demolished after rejecting a proposal that would have utilized this structure and Tod engine as the nucleus of an industrial museum. The City was asked only for the donation of the building and 4 acres of land. The JBFPA was prepared to construct the museum at this site without using any funding from the City. Apparently this was too much to ask from the City of Youngstown, a metropolitan area that owes its very existence to the steel industry.