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Wyndmoor Septa Train Station, near Wyndmoor PA
Philadelphia

The Wyndmoor Train station is one of the stop on the Chestnut Hill East line that goes from Chestnut Hill in Philadelphia to Center City. The station is not located in Wyndmoor but in Philadelphia. Wyndmoor was originally called "Tedyuscung" by native Americans.

Copyright: Marc Dubus
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Caricate: 08/07/2012
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Tags: train; septa; chestnut hill; southeastern; pennsylvania; transportation; authority; southeastern pennsylvania transportation authority; serving; bucks; chester; delaware; montgomery; philadelphia counties
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