Bristol (SEPTA station)
|SEPTA regional rail station|
A SEPTA regional rail train at Bristol station with the historic Grundy Mills Complex in the background.
|Location||Garden & Beaver Streets
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
|Connections||Bristol RUSH Buses
SEPTA Suburban Bus: 129, 304
|Bicycle facilities||6 racks|
Bristol Station is a SEPTA Regional Rail station at Beaver and Garden Streets in Bristol, Pennsylvania. It was built in 1911 by the Pennsylvania Railroad as a replacement for an earlier station on Pond and Market Streets. As with many Pennsylvania Railroad stations, the station became a Penn Central station once the New York Central & Pennsylvania Railroads merged in 1968. Amtrak took over intercity railroad service in 1971, but Penn Central continued to serve commuters between Philadelphia and Trenton. Conrail took over commuter service in 1976, and turned the Trenton Line over to SEPTA Regional Rail in 1983.
The station is in zone 4 on the SEPTA Trenton Line, on the Amtrak Northeast Corridor and at one time was an Amtrak station as well. In 2004, this station saw 277 boardings on an average weekday. Amtrak does not stop at this station.
Media related to Bristol (SEPTA station) at Wikimedia Commons
- SEPTA – Bristol Station
- Flickr – Bristol Station
- Garden Street entrance from Google Maps Street View
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