Sedgwick Station is a SEPTA Regional Rail station at 253 East Mount Pleasant Avenue between Sprague and Devon Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The old station building was bulit in 1882 with Furness & Evans as the architect, according to the Philadelphia Architects and Buildings project but was burned in an arson fire around 1980 and demolished. The current station facility consists of low level platforms with open shelters.
Sedgwick is an 'L' station on the CTA's Brown Line, with weekday peak time service on Purple Line. It is an elevated station with two island platforms, located in Chicago's Near North Side neighborhood at 1536â€“40 North Sedgwick Avenue. The adjacent stations are Armitage, which is located about 1 mile to the northwest, and Chicago, located about 1 mile to the south.