35th Street


Thirty-Fifth Street extends from the Delaware River south to River Avenue. The street resumes east of the Pavonia railroad switching yard and continues to Fairfax Street. After crossing Westfield Avenue, 35th Street spans one block between Merriel and Rosedale Avenues. Following an interruption by railroad tracks (recently removed), 35th Street resumes on the southern side of Rosedale Avenue, extending to Federal Street, and further for three blocks to Highland Avenue at the Pennsauken border. As per the standard naming convention for numbered streets in Camden, it is North 35th Street above Federal and South 35th below.


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