- Boston, MA: Logan Airport Retail
- Bridgeton, NJ: East Side Sta.
- Gary, IN: Brunswick Station
- Indianapolis, IN: West Indianapolis Sta.
- Las Vegas, NV: Strip Sta.
- Akron, OH: Maple Valley Station closed Feb. 19
- Ashley, PA [branch] closing March 26
- Boston, MA: Boston University Sta. closed Feb. 11
- Bridgeton, NJ: Seabrook Branch closing Mar. 25
- Bronx, NY: Crotona Park Station closing April 22
- Cincinnati, OH: Cumminsville Sta. closed Jan. 31
- Cincinnati, OH: East End Sta. Station closed Jan. 31
- Cincinnati, OH: Madisonville Sta. closing March 1
- Cincinnati, OH: Newtown Branch closing March 1
- Cincinnati, OH: Reed Hartman Sta. closed Jan. 31
- Eugene, OR: EMU Sta. closed Jan. 14
- Fort Smith, AR: Rogers Ave. Station closing March 26
- Little Rock, AR: Aerospace Finance closed Feb. 11
- Little Rock, AR: Pleasant Ridge Sta. closing March 26
- Macon, GA: Macon Mall Sta. closed Feb. 15
- Roanoke, VA: Williamson Road Sta. to close March 20
- San Antonio, TX: Cresthaven Sta. closing April 2
- San Antonio, TX: Nimitz Sta. closing March 19
- San Antonio, TX: Station A closing Apil 16
- Spartanburg, SC: Pinewood Sta. closing March 16
- Syracuse, NY: Carousel Center Sta. closing Apil 1
- Syracuse, NY: Elmwood Sta. closed Jan. 28
- Warner Robins, GA: North Sta. closed Feb. 15
- Willingboro, NJ: Willingboro Plaza Sta. closed Feb. 11
I made the point of visiting southern New Jersey last weekend to visit the two offices in Bridgeton that are getting discontinued. Here are their photos:
Bridgeton, NJ: East Side Station
Less than one driving mile from the main Bridgeton post office. MANY box users; two people in line before me when I visited on Tuesday; just insufficient to justify its existence so close to the main PO. When I visited the main Bridgeton office, workers were installing new PO boxes to replace those that would be lost from the East Side Station.
Bridgeton, NJ: Seabrook Branch
A very photogenic office. It used to share the building with a bank, which then closed. I couldn't determine a discernible residential community that it served; Deerfield Street (yes, that's the name of the town) post office less than two miles away.