Avon Street


Avon Street is a one-block thoroughfare, stretching south from 429 Royden Street to Line Street, positioned between West Street and South 4th Street in South Camden. It intersects with Beckett Street. The street’s layout seems to have been established between 1878 and 1887. By 1906, there were six two-story brick homes lining Avon Street.


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