Paper Mill Road station
|SEPTA light rail|
A Route 101 Trolley near Paper Mill Road station
|Location||Paper Mill Road at Smedley Park
|Platforms||1 side platform|
Paper Mill Road station is a SEPTA Route 101 trolley station in Springfield Township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. It is located on Paper Mill Road at Smedley Park. Smedley Park named after Samuel L. Smedley, the local founder of the Delaware County Parks and Recreation Board.
Trolleys arriving at this station travel between 69th Street Terminal in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania and Orange Street in Media, Pennsylvania. As part of a major line renovation project in 2010 the shelter at the stop was re-roofed and painted, and a metal bench and platform plantings were added, providing passengers a pleasant waiting area and shelter from the elements. It also has free parking. However these are facilities of Smedley Park, rather than of SEPTA. No elevated platforms exist at this station. Unlike most stops along Route 101 in Springfield, the Paper Mill Road stop is located along a section of single track that takes the line through wooded parkland west from Woodland Avenue to the western limit of the township (the Crum Creek Bridge) and a few hundred yards further into Nether Providence Township. Like station stops at Woodland Avenue, Thomson Road, Springfield Mall, and Bowling Green, passengers enter and leave the trolleys from the side of the single-track line where the shelter stands. At an isolated turnout in wooded Smedley Park in Nether Providence Township west of Paper Mill Road Station and east of Pine Ridge Station, the line again becomes double-tracked for the stretch to the Media town border at Bowling Green Station.
- Media related to Paper Mill Road (SEPTA Route 101 station) at Wikimedia Commons
- SEPTA - Paper Mill Road MSHL Station
- Smedley County Park (Delaware County Parks Department)
- Paper Mill; Media/Sharon Hill (Kavanaugh Transit Systems)
- Station from Paper Mill Road from Google Maps Street View
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