Ellsworth–Federal (SEPTA station)

Ellsworth–Federal (SEPTA Station)

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Ellsworth–Federal (SEPTA station)

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Ellsworth–Federal is a subway station on SEPTA's Broad Street Line in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The station opened on September 18, 1938, and is located at the eastern edge of the Italian Market on Broad Street, between Ellsworth and Federal Streets. It is served by Broad Street Line local trains only, with one platform.

In addition to the Italian Market, the station also provides access to busy Washington Avenue (one block north of the Ellsworth exit) and, approximately five blocks east, the landmark competing cheesesteak vendors Geno's Steaks and Pat's King of Steaks.

SEPTA City Bus connections

  • Routes 64, and C


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