Fitzwater Station

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Fitzwater Station was a stop on the anti-slavery Underground Railroad. Located in Port Providence, Pennsylvania, United States, it is now a restaurant and bar. "The Fitz" overlooks the Schuylkill Canal.

The building is named for Abel Fitzwater, a notable early 19th century local and owner of the former farmland where the Fitzwater Station and Port Providence sit.

The Fitzwater Station is located at 40°07′41″N 75°29′36″W / 40.12806°N 75.49333°W / 40.12806; -75.49333Coordinates: 40°07′41″N 75°29′36″W / 40.12806°N 75.49333°W / 40.12806; -75.49333

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