York Street

On June 6, 2004, a photo was taken from around 26 York Street, capturing the view looking east on York Street.

In North Camden, York Street stretches from Delaware Avenue to 10th Street. Several streets intersect with York Street, including Beach Street, Point Street, Front Street, Howard Street, as well as the numbered streets ranging from 2nd to 10th.


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