May 2, 2001, November 12, 2004 (Boundary Increase)
Upper Roxborough Historic District is a national historic district located in Philadelphia and Springfield Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. It encompasses 108 contributing buildings, 23 contributing sites, and 18 contributing structures in Upper Roxborough. The district includes a number of small scale farm and industrial workers' housing, estate houses, mill-owners' dwellings, farm buildings. Notable buildings include the Roxborough Pumping Station (c. 1860), Shawmont Railroad Station (c. 1855), Miquon (former Lafayette) Station designed by Frank Furness, Riverside Paper Mills (c. 1720-1730), Hagy's Mill ruin, St. Mary's Church, and "Fairview" (c. 1856) and other buildings on the grounds of the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education.