Fifteen Years In Jingletown

Hamish Reid
May 23, 2017 · 18 min read
Oakland Estuary, 2002; Jingletown’s now long-gone old tin sheds on the left, the Fruitvale Bridges in the middle distance (Photo: Hamish Reid).

Tug and barge, Oakland Estuary, in front of Jingletown’s ConAgra silos (2004(ish)).
Jingletown, 2016 (Photo: Hamish Reid).

The other side of Jingletown, 2011.
Park Street Bridge.

Sunset at the Cemex Concrete Plant, Jingletown.
Crossing the Embarcadero, heading for the ConAgra Silos, Jingletown.
Straus Carpets, Jingletown, 2003 (?).
Then… and Now (Glascock Street, Jingletown).
29th Avenue, Jingletown, 2004.
29th Avenue, Jingletown, 2018.
Tiki Tom’s, before the fire… (2009).
Some Jingletown Wildlife.

The Recycling Plant.
The old 400 Club, 29th Avenue (2005?).

Tug in the Estuary dusk off Union Point, mid-2000's.
A foggy day on the Estuary, from Union Point Park (2010?).
In Union Point Park (2009).

A long-gone sign of the old Jingletown: Mor-Drop, 29th Avenue, 2002. The wall is now covered in graffiti.

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