30th Street


Thirtieth Street extends from the Delaware River southward, crossing River Road to the Pavonia railroad switching yard. It continues to Westfield Avenue and Federal Street, leading to the intersection of Line Street and Beacon Avenue, just above Waldorf Avenue. Similar to all numbered streets in Camden, it is referred to as North 30th Street above Federal and South 30th below.


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