List of SEPTA Rapid transit stations

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The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority contains two major rapid transit lines; The Market–Frankford Line and the Broad Street Line, both of which were inherited from the former Philadelphia Transportation Company, and originally built by the Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company. Both lines are officially part of the City Transit Division.

Market-Frankford Line stations[edit]

NOTE: All stations are located in the City of Philadelphia, unless stated otherwise.

Existing stations[edit]

Station Municipality Neighborhood County Former railroad Handicapped/disabled access Opened Notes
2nd Street Philadelphia Center City (Old City) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1908 Also called "2nd Steet-Olde City"[1] and "2nd Street-Penn's Landing"
5th Street Philadelphia Center City (Old City) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1908
8th Street Philadelphia Center City (Market East) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1908 Also serves 8th Street BRS and Market Street PATCO Speedline
Connection to Jefferson Station
11th Street Philadelphia Center City (Market East) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1908 Connection to Jefferson Station
13th Street Philadelphia Center City (Market East) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1908 Also serves Subway-Surface Trolley Lines as Juniper Station until 2011.
15th Street Philadelphia Center City (Penn Center) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1908 Also serves Subway-Surface Trolley Lines; Connections to City Hall BSL and Suburban Station.
30th Street Philadelphia West Philadelphia (University City) Philadelphia, PA PTC 1956 Also serves Subway-Surface Trolley Lines; Connections to Amtrak Regional Rail and NJT Atlantic City Line; Replaces 32nd Street Market Elevated station.
34th Street Philadelphia West Philadelphia (University City) Philadelphia, PA PTC 1956 Replaces 36th Street Market Elevated station.
40th Street Philadelphia West Philadelphia (Spruce Hill and Powelton Village) Philadelphia, PA PTC 1956 Replaces 40th Street Market Elevated station.
46th Street Philadelphia West Philadelphia (Mill Creek) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1907
52nd Street Philadelphia West Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA PRT 1907
56th Street Philadelphia West Philadelphia (Haddington and Cobbs Creek) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1907
60th Street Philadelphia West Philadelphia (Haddington and Cobbs Creek) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1907
63rd Street Philadelphia West Philadelphia (Haddington) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1907
69th Street T.C.
Upper Darby
Delaware, PA PRT 1907 Also serves NHSL Interurban and MSHL trolley lines.
Allegheney Philadelphia Northeast Philadelphia (Kensington) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1922
Arrott T.C. Philadelphia Northeast Philadelphia (Frankford) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1922? Originally called "Margaret-Orthodox-Arrott Station," which included the Arrot Bus & Trolley Terminal; Later named "Margaret-Orthodox Station" until 2014.
Berks Philadelphia North Philadelphia (Fishtown) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1922
Church Philadelphia Northeast Philadelphia (Frankford) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1922 Originally called "Ruan-Church Station"
Erie–Torresdale Philadelphia Northeast Philadelphia (Juniata) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1922
Frankford T.C. Philadelphia Northeast Philadelphia (Frankford) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1918 Replaced "Bridge Street Terminal" a.k.a.; "Bridge-Pratt Station," a trolley terminal
Girard Philadelphia North Philadelphia (Fishtown) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1922 Connection to Route 15 Heritage Trolley
Huntingdon Philadelphia Northeast Philadelphia (Kensington) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1922
Millbourne
Millbourne
Delaware, PA PRT 1907 Originally called "66th Street Station."
Somerset Philadelphia Northeast Philadelphia (Kensington) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1922
Spring Garden Philadelphia North Philadelphia
(Northern Liberties)
Philadelphia, PA SEPTA 1977 Replaces former 1922-built Fairmound Avenue PRT station.
Runs between I-95 median.
Tioga Philadelphia Northeast Philadelphia (Kensington) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1922
York-Dauphin Philadelphia Northeast Philadelphia (Kensington) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1922 Originally called "Dauphin-York Station"

Former stations[edit]

Station Municipality Neighborhood County Former railroad Handicapped/disabled access Opened Notes
32nd Street Philadelphia West Philadelphia (University City) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1907 PRT Market Street Elevated station replaced by 30th Street (MFL-SSTL station) in 1956.
36th Street Philadelphia West Philadelphia (University City) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1907 PRT Market Street Elevated station replaced by 34th Street MFL Subway station in 1956.
Fairmount Avenue Philadelphia North Philadelphia (Northern Liberties) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1922 PRT Frankford Elevated station replaced by Spring Garden station in 1977.
Market–Chestnut Philadelphia Center City (Penn's Landing) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1908 PRT Delaware Avenue Elevated (Ferry Line) station. Closed in 1939 but replaced by PTC between 1943 and 1953.
South Street Philadelphia Center City (Penn's Landing) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1908 PRT Delaware Avenue Elevated (Ferry Line) station. Closed in 1939 but replaced by PTC between 1943 and 1953.

Broad Street Line stations[edit]

NOTE: All existing stations are located in the City of Philadelphia. All former stations are located in the City of Philadelphia, unless stated otherwise.

Existing stations[edit]

Station Lines Municipality Neighborhood County Former railroad Handicapped/disabled access Opened Notes
8th Street Broad Ridge Spur Philadelphia Center City Philadelphia, PA PRT 1932 Also serves 8th Street MFL and Market Street PATCO Speedline;
Connection to Jefferson Station
Allegheny Main Line Philadelphia North Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA PRT 1928
AT&T Main Line Philadelphia South Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA SEPTA 1973 Formerly known as "Pattison Station"
Serves the South Philadelphia Sports Complex
Cecil B. Moore-Temple University Main Line Philadelphia North Philadelphia (Templetown) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1928 Originally named "Columbia Station"
Chinatown Broad Ridge Spur Philadelphia Chinatown Philadelphia, PA PRT 1932 Originally named "Vine Station"
City Hall
(Philadelphia)
Main Line Philadelphia Center City (Penn Center) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1928 Connections to 15th Street MFL and SST station and Suburban Station
Ellsworth–Federal Main Line Philadelphia South Philadelphia (Italian Market) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1938
Erie Main Line and Broad Ridge Spur Philadelphia North Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA PRT 1928
Fairmount Main Line and Broad Ridge Spur Philadelphia North Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA PRT 1928 Opened for BRS in 1932
Fern Rock T.C. Main Line Philadelphia North Philadelphia (Fern Rock) Philadelphia, PA PTC 1956 Includes Lansdale/Doylestown,
Warminster and
West Trenton Lines since 1992
Girard Main Line and Broad Ridge Spur Philadelphia North Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA PRT 1928 Connection to Route 15 Heritage Trolley
Hunting Park Main Line Philadelphia North Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA PRT 1928
Logan Main Line Philadelphia North Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA PRT 1928
Lombard–South Main Line Philadelphia Center City Philadelphia, PA PRT 1930
North Philadelphia Main Line Philadelphia North Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA PRT 1928
Olney T.C. Main Line Philadelphia North Philadelphia (Olney) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1928 Northern terminus until 1956
Oregon Main Line Philadelphia South Philadelphia (Marconi Plaza) Philadelphia, PA SEPTA 1973
Race–Vine Main Line Philadelphia Center City Philadelphia, PA PRT 1928
Snyder Main Line Philadelphia South Philadelphia (Marconi Plaza) Philadelphia, PA PRT 1938 Southern terminus until 1973
Spring Garden Main Line Philadelphia Center City and North Philadelphia (Spring Garden Philadelphia, PA PRT 1928
Susquehanna–Dauphin Main Line Philadelphia North Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA PRT 1928 Originally named "Dauphin–Susquehanna Station"
Tasker–Morris Main Line Philadelphia South Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA PRT 1938
Walnut–Locust Main Line Philadelphia Center City Philadelphia, PA PRT 1928 Connects to PATCO Speedline at 12th & 13th Street and 15th & 16th Street stations, both along Locust Avenue.
Wyoming Main Line Philadelphia North Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA PRT 1928

Former stations[edit]

Station Lines Municipality Neighborhood County Former railroad Handicapped/disabled access Opened Notes
Broadway Bridge Line Camden Camden, NJ PRT/DRPA[2] 1936 Owned by PATCO Speedline since 1968;
Connection to River Line Light Rail
City Hall
(Camden)
Bridge Line Camden Camden, NJ PRT/DRPA 1936 Owned by PATCO Speedline since 1968
Franklin Square Bridge Line Philadelphia Center City (Franklin Square) Philadelphia, PA PRT/DRPA 1936 Owned by PATCO Speedline since 1968; Closed in 1979
Spring Garden Broad Ridge Spur Philadelphia Center City Philadelphia, PA PRT 1932 Closed since 1991

References[edit]

  1. ^ May 2000 image of 2nd Street Station by Peggy Darlington (WorldNYCSubway.org)[unreliable source]
  2. ^ "The PATCO Hi-Speedline". The Philadelphia Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society. Retrieved 2007-06-30. 

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