Tulpehocken Station Historic District

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Tulpehocken Station Historic District
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Tulpehocken Station Historic District is located in Philadelphia
Tulpehocken Station Historic District
Tulpehocken Station Historic District is located in Pennsylvania
Tulpehocken Station Historic District
Tulpehocken Station Historic District is located in USA
Tulpehocken Station Historic District
Location Roughly bounded by McCallum St., W. Walnut Ln., Penn Central RR tracks, and W. Tulpehocken St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Coordinates 40°2′21″N 75°11′1″W / 40.03917°N 75.18361°W / 40.03917; -75.18361Coordinates: 40°2′21″N 75°11′1″W / 40.03917°N 75.18361°W / 40.03917; -75.18361
Area 80 acres (32 ha)
Architect Multiple
Architectural style Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals, Late Victorian
NRHP Reference # 85003564[1]
Added to NRHP November 26, 1985

The Tulpehocken Station Historic District is a historic area in the Germantown neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Large suburban houses were built in the area from about 1850 to 1900 in a variety of styles including Carpenter Gothic, Italianate, and Bracketed as part of the Picturesque Movement of architecture. In the 1870s styles moved toward High Victorian and Second Empire. The district was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985, and it covers about six square blocks, bounded by McCallum Street on the north, the Pennsylvania Railroad tracks on the south, Tulpehocken Street on the west, and Walnut Lane on the east. Thirty-seven buildings in the district are considered to be significant and 118 are considered to be contributing, with only 13 considered to be intrusions.[2]

Contributing properties[edit]

Among the 80-acre (320,000 m2) district's 155 contributing properties are:

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Staff (2009-03-13). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  2. ^ "Tulpehocken Station District". National Register of historic Places nomination (reprint). Bryn Mawr University. Retrieved December 15, 2013. 

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