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- Ca. 1958
The Nicetown Branch opened in 1897, in the converted Pfund's Hall at 4015 Germantown Avenue. In 1917, the branch was relocated to a new Andrew Carnegie-funded building at 1715 Hunting Park Avenue. The branch relocated once more in 1958, to a converted Linton's Restaurant at 3720 North Broad Street, pictured here in situ. It was then renamed the Nicetown-Tioga Branch. In 1961, it was extensively remodeled and modernized. The Nicetown-Tioga Branch serves the communities of Nicetown and Tioga, situated close to the Erie station of the Broad Street Subway.
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