61st Street station (SEPTA)
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|SEPTA tram 34 station|
Two SEPTA Route 34 trolleys at the Angora Loop
|Location||Sixty-first Street & Baltimore Avenue
Angora, Philadelphia, PA
|Owned by||Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority|
|Connections||Cobbs Creek Trail|
The 61st Street station is a SEPTA trolley stop in Philadelphia. It is located in the Angora neighborhood near where Baltimore Avenue (US 13) crosses Cobbs Creek into Delaware County. It is the western terminus of the SEPTA Subway-Surface Lines Route 34. Trolleys run from here to Center City Philadelphia.
Angora Loop is located around a Caribbean barbecue restaurant and across US 13 from a local playground as well as the Cobbs Creek Trail across 61st Street.
The Angora Loop lies just northwest of the Angora Regional Railroad Station, which serves the SEPTA Media/Elwyn Line. This was formerly part of the SEPTA R3 line between Elwyn Station in Media, Pennsylvania and West Trenton Station in Ewing, New Jersey. No direct connection between the two systems are available at this stop, however.
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