|SEPTA Regional Rail|
Darby SEPTA station shelter on the Philadelphia-bound track
|Location||4th and Colwyn Streets
Darby, Pennsylvania 19023.
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
The station sits just southeast from the Darby Transportation Center, a SEPTA bus and trolley terminal that is the terminus of Routes 11 and 13 of the SEPTA Subway–Surface Trolley Lines. There are no connections between the two stations.
Darby once had two other railroad stations. One, owned by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (now the Philadelphia Subdivision of CSX), sat at Main and Sixth Streets, where the SEPTA Route 11 trolley crosses today. The other, owned by the Pennsylvania Railroad, stood where the current station stands, and later across the tracks.
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