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Pennsylvania Railroad (more..)
Depot (more..)
Merion Station (more..)
Merion, Pennsylvania, USA (more..)
November 07, 2020
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Mitch Goldman (more..)
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The Pennsylvania Railroad's original 1864 built outbound station in Merion, PA. This station is owned by Amtrak, served by SEPTA and leased to the United States Post Office. Merion is often referred to as "Merion Station," as seen here, as this is the place name that the United States Postal Service recommends using in order to distinguish Merion from other areas in Pennsylvania with similar names. Click here to see the "newer" 1914 built inbound station.
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