Thank for the update.
So the brickyard was mentioned in a Trains article, no exact address given I guess. Couldn't find it using Google maps.
Searching around Google Maps, I am still somewhat confused as what sidings would service Hello Fresh. The building at the SW corner of Cornelius & Lister which was rebuilt in 2015 (Google images of 2012 show the older building, 2015 shows the new building under construction), anyway before it was rebuilt the building used to always have at least 1 or 2 mech reefers (of potatoes IIRC) - now I am not sure if it is serviced, but Google shows an empty siding.
Years no, Decades ago, what is labeled Newark Group Recycling on the SW corner of Lockwood & Euclid used to always have 2-3 boxcars stuffed with paper recycling, now Google shows nothing but an overgrown siding.
One more boring memory - this was decades ago, say late 1980s/early 1990s - Lomma on Albert Ave. used to have a siding into the building (fairly obvious when you see the large rail door under the overhead crane
), and there was often a heavy duty flatcar parked inside (visible thru the open roll-up door or the window), which to me was pretty cool having only see such heavy duty flatcars in pictures.