Walnut Street station (SEPTA)

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This article is about the trolley station in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania. For the subway station, see Walnut–Locust station.
Walnut Street
SEPTA light rail
MediaSharonAvonRoad2.jpg
Walnut Street station
Location Garrett Road & Walnut Street
Upper Darby, PA
Coordinates 39°57′32″N 75°15′59″W / 39.9589°N 75.2665°W / 39.9589; -75.2665Coordinates: 39°57′32″N 75°15′59″W / 39.9589°N 75.2665°W / 39.9589; -75.2665
Owned by SEPTA
Line(s)
Platforms 2 side platforms
Tracks 2
Construction
Structure type Open shelters
Electrified Overhead lines
Services
Preceding station   SEPTA.svg SEPTA   Following station
Media-Sharon Hill Line
Route 101
toward 69th Street
toward Sharon Hill
Media-Sharon Hill Line
Route 102

Walnut Street is a SEPTA Media-Sharon Hill Trolley Line stop in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania. It is officially located at Garrett Road and Walnut Street, but Bywood Avenue is also included. The station serves both Routes 101 and 102, and only local service is provided on both lines. The station contains two platforms with plexiglass bus-type shelters on both sides of the tracks, both of which are at the far end of each platform.

Another view of the station with the 101 trolley.

Trolleys arriving at this station travel between 69th Street Terminal further east in Upper Darby and either Orange Street in Media, Pennsylvania for the Route 101 line, or Sharon Hill, Pennsylvania for the Route 102 line. Both lines run parallel to Garrett Road and Bywood Avenue, and Walnut Street is the easternmost stop where the lines run parallel to both streets. The station is located south of the Upper Darby Township Municipal Library.[1]

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Walnut Street station with Upper Darby library in the back

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