Photos courtesy of Cpt. Cranky
Location: 4675 River Road, Pennausken NJ
The abandoned Pennsauken Acme. Closing date unknown. Exact opening date unknown but we'll see the store under construction as of 1970 in the historical aerial shots. Pennsauken had an Acme at 4900 Westfield Ave store which closed in March of 1968. That Acme is unrecognizable today. Even has a barrel roof which may indicate that Acme took over the location from another company. The former Acme seen here is the "Colonial Cottage" model which was built in the late 60's and early 70's. A relatively short lived model of Acme as it appeared towards the end of the pitched-roof era and just prior to the 33M models of the 70's and early 80's. Other examples of this model include the former Acme in Belmar and the "World's Most Classic Acme" in Manasquan.
Built in the very edge of town (in the upper left-hand corner). Very similar in style and location to the Port Reading store.
Yet again, Acme prepared for massive crowds at this store. Parking for 320 cars! (It's true, I counted.)
The Pennsauken Acme appears to have been open in 1995.
Under construction as of 1970.