Richmond-Westmoreland Streets Loop

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Richmond and Westmoreland
SEPTA 2252 and 2592 Richmond and Allegheny May76xRPx - Flickr - drewj1946.jpg
Two PCC streetcars at the Richmond-Westmoreland Loop in May 1976.
Location Richmond and Westmoreland Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Owned by SEPTA
Platforms sidewalk platform
Tracks 2
Electrified Overhead lines
Preceding station   SEPTA.svg SEPTA   Following station
Girard Avenue Trolley Line
Route 15

The Richmond & Westmoreland Streets Loop is a transit loop located in the Port Richmond section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The transit loop was built on part of the former PTC's Richmond Carhouse/Depot and is operated by the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA), which is located between Allegheny Avenue and Westmoreland Street. The transit loop serves as a terminus for several transit routes.

The transit routes that serve this terminus run to various parts of the City of Philadelphia.

The transit lines that run from this loop are SEPTA Route 15, SEPTA Route 60 and SEPTA Route 73. These lines operate from three SEPTA Depots located around Philadelphia.

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Coordinates: 39°59′03.4″N 75°05′58.1″W / 39.984278°N 75.099472°W / 39.984278; -75.099472