Formerly the terminus of an Oakland streetcar line, Trestle Glen is named after the railroad trestle that was built there in 1893. In 1906 the trestle was destroyed when the railroad line was rerouted.
The streetcar was instrumental in spurring the development of the Trestle Glen neighborhood. Most of the homes in Trestle Glen were built shortly before The Great Depression. Trestle Glen’s next door neighbor is the Crocker Highlands neighborhood.
Trestle Glen is very close to Grand and Lakeshore Avenues, home to a vibrant shopping district, fine restaurants, and nightclubs.
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