21st Street

Looking North on 21st Street from Federal - 2009-02-25

Twenty-Second Street, initially part of the Pavonia section and now within Cramer Hill, extends to East Camden, concluding at Federal Street. Its layout was established by the time the 1887-1888 Camden City Directory was issued. The street originates at Harrison Avenue, heading southward. It crosses River Road, traverses the Pavonia railroad switching yard, and continues from Howell Street to its endpoint at Marlton Pike.


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