12–13th & Locust station
Entrance to the 12–13th & Locust station.
|Location||12th and Locust Streets
|Owned by||Delaware River Port Authority|
|Platforms||1 island platform|
|Connections||SEPTA City Buses|
|Opened||February 10, 1952|
|Electrified||750 volts DC|
12–13th & Locust is a PATCO Lindenwold Line subway station in Philadelphia. The station is connected by an underground walkway to the Walnut-Locust Station of SEPTA's Broad Street Line, the 15–16th & Locust PATCO station, and City Hall. It is located in the heart of the Gayborhood section of Washington Square West, Center City, Philadelphia.
The 12-13th & Locust station features a direct underground connection to the Walnut-Locust Station on SEPTA's Broad Street Line and thus the rest of the Center City commuter concourse tunnel system. Above ground, the station offers connections to SEPTA's 12 and 23 buses.
|M||Mezzanine||to entrances/exits, passageway to Broad Street Line platforms at Walnut–Locust, fare control, Market-Frankford & Suburban Station (via Center City Commuter Connection)|
|Westbound||← PATCO toward 15–16th & Locust (Terminus)|
|Island platform, doors will open on the left|
|Eastbound||PATCO toward Lindenwold (9–10th & Locust) →|
- 12th-13th & Locust (PATCO)
- Juniper Street entrance from Google Maps Street View
- Locust Street and 13th Street entrance from Google Maps Street View
- Locust Street and 12th Street entrance from Google Maps Street View
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