That is an interesting question that came up in a discussion today and low and behold Harry Silcox answers it tonight in the Northeast Times. It looks like a no brainer given the energy issues that confront us today. Folks in the past thought otherwise.
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Originally, in the 1913 City Transit Department report, the Frankford Elevated was to go to Rhawn Street and Frankford Avenue. Even though, the rail storage yard was at its current location on the plan.
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