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Frankford and Oxford Avenues, Philadelphia
Philadelphia

Orthodox-Margaret, the next-to-last stop on Philadelphia's Market-Frankford Elevated Line, sits above the multi-way intersection of Frankford and Oxford Avenues and Arrot, Paul, and Margaret Streets.  Frankford was one of Philadelphia's Colonial suburbs, and has many historic buildings, none however visible here.  Now it is an old, depressed city neighborhood with good public transportation but no immediate prospect of gentrification.

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Subida: 09/06/2010
Actualizado: 30/06/2014
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Tags: frankford; elevated; railway; philadelphia; cityscape
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