Frazer, Pennsylvania

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For the township in Allegheny County, see Frazer Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
Frazer, Pennsylvania
Unincorporated community
Frazer Diner
Frazer is located in Pennsylvania
Frazer
Frazer
Coordinates: 40°01′56″N 75°33′22″W / 40.03222°N 75.55611°W / 40.03222; -75.55611Coordinates: 40°01′56″N 75°33′22″W / 40.03222°N 75.55611°W / 40.03222; -75.55611
Country United States
State Pennsylvania
County Chester
Township East Whiteland
Elevation 558 ft (170 m)
Time zone Eastern (EST) (UTC-5)
 • Summer (DST) EDT (UTC-4)
ZIP code 19355
Area code(s) 610 and 484
GNIS feature ID 1175184[1]
Frazer
Former Pennsylvania Railroad station
Services
None
Pennsylvania Railroad
toward Chicago
Main Line

Frazer is a community in East Whiteland Township in Chester County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is located along US 30 between Exton and Malvern, Pennsylvania, and is the northern terminus for Pennsylvania Route 352. The Pennsylvania Main Line runs through the community, and SEPTA has a regional rail maintenance yard along the line.

Jack Lapp, a Major League Baseball catcher from 1908-1916 who played for the 1911 World Series champion Philadelphia Athletics, was born in Frazer.

This is also the town where singer Jim Croce is buried.[2]

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