Claymont (SEPTA station)
SEPTA Regional Rail commuter station
The Claymont station as seen in April 2012 from the Temple University-bound platform, facing towards Wilmington.
|Address||Myrtle & Marion Avenues,
Claymont, Delaware 19703
|Connections||DART First State: 1, 61|
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
Claymont is a station along the SEPTA Wilmington/Newark Line and Amtrak's Northeast Corridor in Claymont, Delaware; Amtrak services do not stop here and the station is only served by SEPTA. This station is the first stop in Delaware, continuing towards Wilmington and Newark. It is located at Myrtle & Marion Avenues and includes a 509 space parking lot. The line offers southbound service to Wilmington and Newark, Delaware and northbound service to Philadelphia. The south end of the station contains a long pedestrian bridge that crosses over Interstate 495 to Governor Printz Boulevard.
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