Traveling east on Dunn Avenue.

The Highlands Freedom Baptist Church is located at 7222 Dunn Avenue. The building was completed in 1929.

Built in 1881, the CSX railroad corridor that does through Dinsmore was once a part of Henry Plant’s Savannah, Florida & Western Railroad.

Completed in 1922, 7128 Dunn Avenue is now occupied by the Kingdom Workers Services and Association LLC.

The Moore Rice Jinnifre Rene at 10943 Moncrief-Dinsmore Road.

A small frame dwelling located at 6965 Dunn Avenue.

Located at 11058 New Kings Road, the Dinsmore Meats Grocery & Produce is a community butcher shop and grocery store.

Completed in 1956 at 11105 New Kings Road, this small building was once occupied by the Jenny Lynn Seafood Company.

The Trout River at the foot of Dinsmore’s Dunn Avenue.

The Dinsmore Boat Ramp and Playground is located where a Dunns Avenue bridge once connected Dinsmore with Jacksonville’s Northside. This bridge was razed following the re-routing of Dunns Avenue between 1956 and 1965.

11055 New Kings Road was completed in 1946.

Article by Ennis Davis, AICP. Contact Ennis at