|SEPTA Regional Rail station|
The former Reading Railroad station depot at Lansdale
|Location||101 West Main Street (PA 63) at Green Street|
Lansdale, Pennsylvania, 19446, USA
|Line(s)||SEPTA Main Line|
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
1 island platform
|Connections||SEPTA Suburban Bus: 96, 132|
|Opened||February 7, 1903|
Lansdale station, also known as the Lansdale Transportation Center, is a SEPTA Regional Rail station in Lansdale, Pennsylvania. Located at Main Street (PA 63) and Green Street, it serves the Lansdale/Doylestown Line. It was originally built in 1902 by the Reading Company, opening on February 7, 1903; a freight house was added in 1909. In FY 2013, Lansdale station had a weekday average of 1396 boardings and 1272 alightings.
The station features a 497-space parking lot, and is near the SEPTA's 25 Hz Traction Power System plant, originally built by the RDG. The station interior was formerly home to an internet café, and Italian deli called "A Little Something Nice".
Lansdale station was formerly an important transfer point between electric and Budd Rail Diesel Car (RDCs) service to points north, such as Quakertown, Bethlehem, and Allentown. RDC service on the Bethlehem Line was eliminated in 1981 due to budget cuts. Proposals for service restoration to Quakertown have been floated around since the late 1990s, but nothing has gone past the discussion phase. Service restoration beyond Quakertown is no longer generally considered a feasible option, due to SEPTA's leasing of the railroad right-of-way for use as an interim walking trail beyond Quakertown.
- "New Station is Opened". The Buffalo Enquirer. February 7, 1903. p. 6. Retrieved April 17, 2018 – via Newspapers.com.
- Existing Railroad Stations in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
- "SEPTA (May 2014). Fiscal Year 2015 Annual Service Plan. p. 61" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2014-08-12. (539 KB)
Media related to Lansdale (SEPTA station) at Wikimedia Commons
- SEPTA – Lansdale Station
- JPMueller99 Flickr Photos #1 and #2
- Station from Main Street from Google Maps Street View
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