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Tulpehocken station Tulpehocken station is a SEPTA Regional Rail station in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Located at 314 West Tulpehocken Street in the Germantown neighborhood, it serves the Chestnut Hill West Line. It is also known as Walnut Lane Station. The Pennsylvania Railroad built the station in 1878 from a design by Frank Furness, according to the Philadelphia Architects and Buildings project. The station is in zone 2 on the Chestnut Hill West Line, and is 8.5 track miles from Suburban Station. In 2004, this station saw 176 boardings on an average weekday.
Tulpehocken station In the spring of 2009, SEPTA received federal economic stimulus funds which were allotted to the Chestnut Hill West line for building repairs. As a result, the Tulpehocken Station building received repairs which will encourage a business developer to make use of the space.
Tulpehocken station In November 2007, the West Central Germantown Neighbors formed a committee, Save Tulpehocken Station, in an attempt to recover the station and return it to a viable use. Working with SEPTA, Philadelphia City Planning, and local politicians, the local residents raised funds to match a grant from the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The grant funded a project manager to assess the structural condition of the building and to identify a viable business use for it.
Tulpehocken station The station building had either a ticket office or a business in it and a residence above it until 1978. The building was closed although the station stop continued. SEPTA provided little or no maintenance to the building and it deteriorated significantly.
Tulpehocken station Although commonly attributed to architect Frank Furness, the actual architects for all of the stations on the Chestnut Hill West line (part of the Pennsylvania Railroad at the time) were William Brown and William Bleddyn Powell, who were under contract to PRR. This information comes from the Philadelphia Historical Commission in its nominations for the registry of Historic Places. (Furness designed station buildings on the Reading Railroad.) All of the Chestnut Hill West stations are now on the Philadelphia Register of Historic Places. The Tulpehocken Station is a contributing property in the Tulpehocken Station Historic District of the National Register of Historic Places.
Tulpehocken Creek (Pennsylvania) Tulpehocken Creek is a tributary of the Schuylkill River in southeastern Pennsylvania in the United States, and during the American Canal Age, once provided nearly half the length of the Union Canal linking the port of Philadelphia, the largest American city and the other communities of Delaware Valley with the Susquehanna basin and the Pennsylvania Canal System connecting the Eastern seaboard to Lake Erie and the new settlements of the Northwest Territory via the }, . and Ohio Rivers at Pittsburgh.
Tulpehocken Creek (Pennsylvania) An important transportation route in the early United States, the creek drains a limestone hill country area of Berks County south of the Appalachian Mountains and is considered one of the finest trout streams in southeastern Pennsylvania. The valley of the creek was known in colonial times as the Tulpehocken, stretching west of Reading. It was inhabited by the Lenape and was a destination for early German-speaking settlers. The name comes from a Lenape word "Tulpewikaki", meaning "land of turtles". It is a designated Pennsylvania Scenic River.
Tulpehocken Creek (Pennsylvania) Tulpehocken Creek rises in eastern Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, and flows generally east, in a winding course, through Myerstown, entering Berks County, passing north of Womelsdorf. At Womelsdorf it turns abruptly north, then flows southeast, through the Blue Marsh Lake reservoir and joins the Schuylkill at Reading.
Tulpehocken Manor Plantation It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 12, 1975. It now serves as the headquarters of the Hanover Rifle Battalion, Revolutionary War re-enactors.
Tulpehocken Creek (New Jersey) Tulpehocken Creek (lit. "land of the turtles") is a tributary of the Wading River in Burlington County in the southern New Jersey Pine Barrens in the United States.