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Spring Garden Station is an elevated stop on the Market-Frankford Line, above the corner of 2nd Street and Spring Garden Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the Northern Liberties neighborhood. It was built when the Market-Frankford Line's tracks were moved to the median of newly-extended Interstate 95 for a distance of about 1 mile. It replaced the abandoned nearby Fairmount Avenue Station, which had been a Skip-Stop "B" station during rush hours. The new station is currently an "All-Stop" station.

SEPTA bus routes at Spring Garden include routes 25 and 43.

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