The Chestnut Hill East Train Station is located in a neighborhood of Philadelphia, PA, that it is named after. The Commuter Station is situated about eight-miles northwest of the City Center at the intersection of 58 Newton Street and the Bethlehem Pike. The Chestnut Hill West Station services the other side of the wealthy and historic enclave. The Chestnut Hill East Station is still in service, and the facilities building was constructed in 1931.
Today’s lead image is only a half of the photo and the enlargeable sections of it below contain the entire parking lot and are dated to September of 1962. Tell us what you find of interest in the parked vehicles at the Station in this photograph courtesy of PhillyHistory.