Can't believe that a portion of this part features scenes of the southwest Detroit I remembered around the turn of the 1990's...at 10:13
, it fades to a scene where Jones is driving west on Fort Street...you see the Produce Terminal, a since-replaced traffic light at Springwells, part of an old gas station sign, then just past the Conrail underpass at 10:20
, then five seconds later, we zoom out a bit, revealing the now-long-gone Fleetwood plant in the background (and eventually two since-removed billboards), then at 10:49
, Jones turns from westbound Fort to northbound Green Street and the Produce Terminal reappears, then we see Motz Hamburgers (which I've visited before), two additional billboards (no longer there either) and the since-removed traffic light at the intersection with the northbound I-75 service drive and finally, Jones crosses the currently-under-reconstruction Fort Street drawbridge over the Rouge River at 10:55
Sidenote: all four billboards mentioned in this comment were owned by Gannett Outdoor (now CBS Outdoor) at the time this was filmed and have Gannett's distinctive white frame (which has sadly disappeared from all ex-Gannett structures in Detroit recently).