Mount Moriah station
|SEPTA rapid transit station|
The turn-around at Mt. Moriah station
|Location||Kingsessing & Cemetery Avenues
|Owned by||Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority|
Located on the northeast corner of Kingsessing Avenue and Cemetery Avenue, there is a loop there for trolleys that do not go on the full route to Yeadon or Darby to turn around and go back to Center City Philadelphia. The stop is named for the Mount Moriah Cemetery next to the stop. The cemetery is named after Mount Moriah in Jerusalem, Israel and the Biblical Book of Genesis.
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