Historic Map - Philadelphia, PA - 1887

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1WAH-1887
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View of Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, P.A., 1887 / drawn & published by Burk & McFetridge.

This bird’s-eye view of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was drawn and published by Burk & McFetridge in 1887. Philadelphia was founded in 1682 at the confluence of the Schuylkill and Delaware Rivers. The port had a convenient supply of iron ore and an abundance of coal that led Philadelphia to become one of the largest producers and transporters of iron in the nation. This busy port was a major railroad hub as the transportation method was first introduced to the community in the early 1800's. Philadelphia was served by several railroads that all converged here. The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad began a popular passenger service to Philadelphia in 1886.

The map from 1887 includes streets, buildings, bridges, piers and railroad routes.

Features numbered references to the following locations:

Penna. R. R. Directory of Terminals in Philadelphia:

  1. Broad St. Station, Passenger, Broad and Market Sts.
  2. 16th St. Station, Freight, 16th and Market Sts.
  3. Merchants Warehouse Co., Flour, 18th and Market Sts.
  4. Grain Depot and Freight Station, 30th and Market Sts.
  5. Merchants Warehouse Co., Hay and Straw, 32nd and Market Sts.
  6. Stock Yards, 30th and Hamilton Sts.
6a. Powelton Ave., Passenger, 31st and Powelton Ave.
  7. Freight House, Freight, 31st and Chestnut Sts.
  8. Mantua Transfer Station, Freight, 49th and Columbia Ave.
8a. 40th St. Station, Passenger, 40th and P. R. R.
  9. Elm Avenue Station, Freight, 44th and Belmont Ave.
9a. Girard Ave. Station, Passenger, Girard Ave., Belmont Ave. and P. R. R.
10. Hestonville or 52nd St. Station, Freight and Passenger, 52nd and P. R. R.
11. Engleside Station, Freight, 32nd and Jefferson Sts.
12. Ridge Ave. Station, Passenger, 29th and Ridge Ave.
13. Germantown Junction Station, Freight and Passenger.
14. North Penn. Junction Station, Freight and Passenger.
15. Frankford Junction Station, Freight and Passenger.
16. Franford Station, Freight and Passenger.
17. Kensington Station, Freight and Passenger, Front and Norris Sts.
18. Trenton Ave. and Somerset St. Station, Freight, Trenton Ave. and Somerset St.
19. Shackamaxon Station, Freight, Beach and Laurel Sts.
20. Vine St. Station, Freight and Passenger, Delaware Ave. and Vine St.
21. Dock St. Station, Freight, Delaware Ave. and Walnut St.
22. Walnut St. Wharf Station, Freight, Delaware Ave. and Walnut St.
23. Grain Elevator “C”, Grain, Washington Ave. Wharf, Delaware River.
24. Washington Ave., Wharf, Freight, also American & International S. S. Lines, Washington Ave. Wharf, Delaware River.
25. Federal St. Station, Freight, Front and Federal Sts.
26. Reed St. Station, Freight, Front and Reed Sts.
27. Greenwich Point, Coal Piers.
28. Girard Point, Grain Elevators A and B.
29. Hamburg Station, Freight.
30. Freight Station, Freight, Broad and Washington Ave.
31. Freight Station, Arsenal, Freight, 26th and Washington Ave.
32. Gray’s Ferry Station, Freight and Passenger.
33. 58th St. Station, Passenger, 58th and P. W. & B. R. R.
34. Mt. Moriah Station, Passenger, 62nd and P. W. & B. R. R.
35. Bonaffon Station, Passenger, 68th and P. W. & B. R. R.
36. Paschall Station, Freight and Passenger, 72nd and P. W. & B. R. R.
37. Angora Station, Freight and Passenger, Baltimore Pike and Gray’s Lane, W. C. & P. R. R.
38. Westmoreland Station, Passenger, 22nd and Westmoreland St.
39. Queen Lane Station, Passenger.
40. Germantown Station, Chelton Ave., Freight and Passenger, Germantown, PA.
41. Tulpehocken Station, Passenger.
42. Upsal Station, Passenger.
43. Carpenter Station, Freight and Passenger.
44. Allen Lane Station, Passenger.
45. Wissahickon Station, Freight and Passenger.
46. Highland Station, Passenger.
47. Chestnut Hill Station, Freight and Passenger.
48. Park Station, Passenger.
49. Bala Station, Freight and Passenger.
50. West Laurel Hill Station, Passenger.
51. Manayunk Station, Freight and Passenger.
52. General Offices, 233 South 4th St.

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