Springfield Mall station
The platform of Springfield Mall Route 101 Trolley Stop. Taken from the right-of-way.
|Location||Sproul Road behind Springfield Mall
|Platforms||1 side platform|
|Connections||SEPTA Suburban Buses|
|Structure type||Open acrylic glass shelter|
|Previous names||Sproul Road|
Springfield Mall station is a SEPTA Route 101 trolley stop in Springfield Township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. It is located on Sproul Road (PA 320) behind the parking lot of Springfield Mall. It is also located below the embankment of the Sproul Road Bridge, which crosses over the Route 101 trolley line.
Trolleys arriving at this station travel between 69th Street Terminal in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania and Orange Street in Media, Pennsylvania. The station has an acrylic glass bus shelter where people can go inside when it is raining. It also has free parking, and a staircase leading to and from the Sproul Road Bridge. It was previously known strictly as Sproul Road station until the Springfield Mall was built in 1974. The station itself can be found on a hill below the back parking lot of the mall and has a single track as it enters Smedley County Park, and then becomes a two-track line again before crossing Pine Ridge Road.
SEPTA Bus connections
- Routes 107, 109, 110, and 122
Media related to Springfield Mall (SEPTA Route 101 station) at Wikimedia Commons
- SEPTA - Springfield Mall MSH Station
- SEPTA - Springfield Mall Trolley and Bus Connections
- Station from Sproul Road from Google Maps Street View
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