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Absecon Station House (1872)

Atlantic City, 
NJ
Built: 1872
Building Still Survives: No
Open to the Public: Does Not Survive

Station closed in 1922 and turned over to GSA in 1955. Station house does not survive at original location and probably has been destroyed.

Location

Atlantic City, NJ


Building Private Phone: NA

Visiting Information

Open to the Public: Does Not Survive

Access: NA

Building Information

Station Building ID:

152.2

Building Type:

Station House

Year Built:

1872

Built Before 1965:

Yes

Design Type:

Red House

Designer:

USLSS

Building Still Survives:

No

Condition:

NA

Integrity:

NA

Endangered:

Does Not Survive

Nature of Threat:

NA

On Original Site:

NA

Current Use:

Does Not Survive

Notes:

In 1959 the station was bought by the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and used as an outpatient facility called the Children's Seashore House at Atlantic City. In 2009 it was sold to Providence Pediatric Medical Daycare for use as medical daycare center for children up to six years old with special medical needs.

Owner/Manager/Lessee & Contact Information


Manager

Children's Seashore House at Atlantic City

35 South Annapolis Avenue

Atlantic City, NJ 08401

(609) 347-6157 / (609) 345-5191

Manager Code: Nonprofit