Sharon Hill station (SEPTA Route 102)

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Sharon Hill
SEPTA light rail
Rt 102 at Sharon Hill.JPG
Route 102 trolley car at Sharon Hill Station; August 5, 2001.
Location Near Chester Pike & Brainerd Boulevard
Sharon Hill, PA
Coordinates 39°54′23″N 75°16′41″W / 39.9065°N 75.2781°W / 39.9065; -75.2781Coordinates: 39°54′23″N 75°16′41″W / 39.9065°N 75.2781°W / 39.9065; -75.2781
Owned by SEPTA
Platforms 1
Tracks 1
Connections Suburban Bus SEPTA Suburban Bus: 114 and 305
Parking No
Electrified Overhead lines
Preceding station   SEPTA.svg SEPTA   Following station
Terminus Media-Sharon Hill Line
Route 102
toward 69th Street

Sharon Hill station is a SEPTA Route 102 trolley stop in Sharon Hill, Pennsylvania. The terminus of Route 102, the single track ends where it meets Chester Pike (US 13). Trolleys arriving at this station originate from 69th Street Terminal in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania. The station has a shed with a roof where people can go inside when it is raining. It is also in walking distance of the Sharon Hill Regional Rail station which serves the Wilmington/Newark Line (formerly R2), however no direct connection exists between the two stations.

Though Sharon Hill is the terminus of the line, CSX's Philadelphia Subdivision freight line bridge crosses over the tracks between here and MacDade Boulevard station.[1] Flooding often occurs in this area, and shuttle buses between the two stations are used as substitutes for trolley cars.

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