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The Grafitti Bridge, aka Pier 124, aka Coal Piers, aka Coal Pier #18, aka Philly's Secret Museum of Grafitti Art..I have found all of these descriptions from different sources.Philadelphia was once a center of coal transportation, mainly in the Port Richmond area and the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Company would transport anthracite coal from the regionâ€™s mines to its Port Richmond coal station where rail cars on a high pier would dump coal into ships and barges stationed below. This area operated as a coal pier for Conrail until 1991, when they moved their coal operation to Baltimore. Conrail still owns the ever decaying property but that same feature makes it an ideal place for street and grafitti artists to practice their craft. It's a favorite for photographers and I've ventured in from time to time to get some shots of the everchanging spot.
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