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  • This mobile home sat on Nelson Ave directly behind 2005 Madison Ave (approximately 1930 Nelson Ave). It was gone by 2010.
  • 522 Nelson Rd. The large and small trailers and the boats are gone.
  • 1223 25 1/2 St. The mobile home and cover are now gone.
  • 1824 Madison Ave. The garage and small shed next to it are still standing. The mobile home is gone and a house on stilts build where the Christmas
  • 604 Nelson Ave. The garage and walls underneath are gone and the house sits on stilts. Surrounding trees and vegetation were washed away by Ike.
  • This house once sat on Highway 87, about 500 feet west of Fisherman's Cove Mart (706 Highway 87). The house was gone by 2004, possibly due to Tropical Storm Allison in 2001.
  • was extended after Ike and the pool and awning are gone (and have been for a few years).
  • the foundation during Ike, the other barn and house were still standing. The buildings behind 1524 Madison are mostly gone. Additional photo: https://vintageaerial.com/photos/texas/galveston/1989/ZGV/1/19
  • plant in the early aughts. It was for sale circa 2005 and was gone by 2010, most likely another casualty of Ike. Additional photo: https://vintageaerial.com/photos/texas/galveston/1989/ZGV/2/30
  • plant in the early aughts. It was for sale circa 2005 and was gone by 2010, most likely another casualty of Ike. Additional photo: https://vintageaerial.com/photos/texas/galveston/1989/ZGV/2/29

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