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The Hammonton Bike Path is being built on the former Philadelphia and Atlantic City mainline to Atlantic City, which started service in July of 1877. This railroad later became the Philadelphia Reading Railroad’s mainline to AC under their South Jersey system name, the Atlantic City RR, or ACRR. This line was merged into the Pennsylvania-Reading Seashore Lines in June, 1933, and abandoned from Hammonton to Egg Harbor City by the end of the year.
Currently, the Hammonton Bike Path runs southeast from 316 11th St for a quarter of a mile where it meets a short road extending east from S Grand St. The trail connects through sidewalks to the mile long Blueberry Trail through town, and is expected to be expanded to the Lake in the next couple of years. There is a community garden near the north end of the trail on 11th St.
Parking is available in the New Jersey Transit Lot (7 Line St). The Hammonton Station (with both a train & a bus stop) is next to the community garden and near the north end of the trail on 11th Street.
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