Hellertown station is a former train station in Hellertown, Pennsylvania on the former Bethlehem Line. The station was last used by SEPTA diesel service and was closed in 1981 after Septa cancelled its diesel routes. The station was razed in 1982.
In 1871, the station was one of 33 stations of a 54.6-mile line of the North Penn Railroad that ran from Berks St. in Philadelphia to Bethlehem Union Station.
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