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Sedgwick (SEPTA station)

Sedgwick
SEPTA regional rail station
Entrance to Sedgwick Station from Mount Pleasant Avenue
Station statistics
Address 253 East Mount Pleasant Avenue between Sprague and Devon Streets,
Philadelphia, PA
Coordinates
Line(s)
Platforms 2 side platforms
Tracks 2
Parking 20 Spaces
Other information
Owned by SEPTA
Fare zone 2
Services
Preceding station   SEPTA   Following station
Chestnut Hill East Line

Sedgwick Station is a SEPTA Regional Rail station at 253 East Mount Pleasant Avenue between Sprague and Devon Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The old station building was built in 1882 with Furness & Evans as the architect, according to the Philadelphia Architects and Buildings project but was damaged in an arson fire around 1980 and demolished. The current station facility consists of low level platforms with open shelters. A walkway under the tracks was sealed off due to criminal activity.

The station is in zone 2 on the Chestnut Hill East Line, on former Reading Railroad tracks, and is 8.9 track miles from Suburban Station. In 2013, this station saw 225 boardings and 279 alightings on an average weekday. [1]

References

  1. ^ p. 62Fiscal Year 2015 Annual Service Plan.SEPTA (May 2014).  PDF (539 KB)

External links

  • SEPTA - Sedgwick Station
  • Mount Pleasant Avenue entrance from Google Maps Street View
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