Neighbors, City and Conrail take first steps to clean up Kensington “Wasteland”

On Saturday, as neighborhood groups around the city organized spring clean-ups, about 60 neighborhood activists, residents, and city and Conrail workers got down to (the beginning of) the dirty work of cleaning the drug-riddled, trash-strewn, long-neglected Conrail railroad bed that runs from the Delaware River through Port Richmond, Kensington, and North Philly and that was the subject of our cover story, “The Wasteland.”

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