Run Minneapolis: Dorman, Seabury, 26th Ave S, 32nd St E

Saturday’s run with The Other Mike and Bill started along 46th Ave S where we headed North crossing E Lake Steet next to the West River Commons townhomes and apartments.

West River Commons

And my neighborhood car repair service, Electra Tune:

Electra Tune

We heading Northwest from there along Dorman, which parallels W River Rd a block in. The backyards of one of the West River Rd has a ginormous garage. I presume they’re acrobats:

Huge Garage

To the North of the tracks, we entered the Seward Neighborhoods and ran along Seabury Ave:

Seabury Ave Looking North

We crossed Franklin and ran a couple blocks on Franklin Terrace past Riverside Park:

Riverside Park

At 26th Ave S, we turned South, meandered past Franklin, then spotted this awesome block of historic homes along 22nd St E.:

Homes Along E 22nd St

Four blocks later, we passed Memory Lanes:

Memory Lanes

And New French Bakery’s baking (and retail) facility:

New French Bakery

Before 29th, we passed the eco-friendly 7 Sigma company’s building and parking lot where they’ve included rain gardens to capture and percolate run off:

7 Sigma Rain Garden

At Lake St, we passed the Minneapolis Police Department’s 3rd Precinct:

Minneapolis 3rd Precinct Police Station

And the long-standing Minnehaha Liquors:

Minnehaha Liquors

Followed by Patrick’s Cabaret in the old fire station 21 along Minnehaha Ave that was built in 1894:

Patrick's Cabaret

At 32nd St E, we turned left to complete the loop. The highlight of 32nd was the many churches we passed, such as the First Church of God:

First Church of God

Followed by the Epworth United Methodist Church:

Epworth United Methodist Church

And the Shower of Blessings Church?:

Shower of Blessings Church?

And Bethlehem Covenant Church:

Bethlehem Covenant Church

4 thoughts on “Run Minneapolis: Dorman, Seabury, 26th Ave S, 32nd St E”

  1. A correction:

    We crossed Franklin and ran a couple blocks on Franklin Terrace past Riverside Park:

    This photo is still south of Franklin, still on Seabury a block or so south of the bridge.

  2. Ed, I found you through BTW did you know that the New French Bakery in the photos above used to be the infamous rock club The Mirage. Pantera, Motley Crue, and Iron Maiden played there. Before it was The Mirage, Mr. Nibbs which burned down in 1989 or 90.

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