Ardmore Junction station

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Ardmore Junction
ArdmoreJunction.jpg
Ardmore Junction station 2017
Location Hathaway Lane & Haverford Road
Ardmore, Pennsylvania
Coordinates 39°59′46″N 75°18′13″W / 39.9962°N 75.3035°W / 39.9962; -75.3035Coordinates: 39°59′46″N 75°18′13″W / 39.9962°N 75.3035°W / 39.9962; -75.3035
Owned by SEPTA
Line(s)
Platforms 2 side platforms
Tracks 2
Connections Suburban Bus SEPTA Suburban Buses
Construction
Parking Yes
Electrified Third rail
Services
Preceding station   SEPTA.svg SEPTA   Following station
toward Norristown
Norristown High Speed Line
Local
toward 69th Street
toward Norristown
Norristown High Speed Line
Norristown Express
toward 69th Street
toward Hughes Park
Norristown High Speed Line
Hughes Park Express
toward 69th Street
toward Norristown
Norristown High Speed Line
Norristown Limited
Terminus
  Former services  
Preceding station   Lehigh Valley Transit Company   Following station
toward Allentown
Liberty Bell High Speed Line
Liberty Bell Limited (service ended 1951)
toward 69th Street
Preceding station   Philadelphia and Western Railroad   Following station
next north
toward Strafford
P&W Strafford Branch
Strafford Branch (service ended 1956)
next south
toward 69th Street

Ardmore Junction station is a SEPTA transit station in Ardmore, Pennsylvania. It serves the Norristown High Speed Line and SEPTA Route 103 buses. The trolley stop is elevated, with the bus stop below on the Ardmore Busway. The 103 bus right-of-way was once part of the Ardmore branch of the Red Arrow trolleys[1] but it was paved to make way for buses when the trolley line was discontinued. Ardmore Junction is on Haverford Road.

SEPTA suburban bus connections[edit]

Ardmore Junction station

The following SEPTA Suburban Division bus routes serve this station:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Old Ardmore Junction Photo". World-NYCSubways.org. 

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