Noble station

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SEPTA regional rail
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Noble Station
Location Old York Road & Rodman Avenue
Abington Twp., PA
Coordinates 40°06′16″N 75°07′29″W / 40.1045°N 75.1247°W / 40.1045; -75.1247Coordinates: 40°06′16″N 75°07′29″W / 40.1045°N 75.1247°W / 40.1045; -75.1247
Owned by SEPTA
Line(s)
Platforms 2 side platforms
Tracks 2
Connections SEPTA City Bus: 55
Construction
Parking 61
Other information
Fare zone 3
History
Opened 1889 (NPRR)
Rebuilt 1901 (RDG)
Electrified 1931
Services
Preceding station   SEPTA.svg SEPTA   Following station
West Trenton Line
toward West Trenton
  Former services  
Reading Railroad
Terminus
New York Branch

Noble is a station along the SEPTA West Trenton Line to Ewing, New Jersey. It is located at Old York Road & Rodman Avenue in Abington, Pennsylvania. The station has off-street parking. In FY 2013, Noble station had a weekday average of 222 boardings and 252 alightings.[1]

Noble Station was originally built in 1901 by the Reading Railroad, as a replacement for a former North Pennsylvania Railroad built in 1889 and dedicated by President Benjamin Harrison.[2] It is the last stop inbound before Jenkintown-Wyncote Station in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, where it merges with the Warminster and Lansdale/Doylestown lines.

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