Secane is a small community in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is located in two school districts, Upper Darby and Ridley School District. It is located between Primos and Morton and is one of the stops on SEPTA's Media/Elwyn Line, which runs to/from Philadelphia and Elwyn. The train stop was built in 1871 and has the words "Spring Hill" inscribed into the cornerstone of the building. Spring Hill was the name of Secane before it changed to Secane because of the springs that run under the ground. Because of these springs most of the houses in Secane do not have basements.