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Aronimink Station SEPTA 101 Trolley Line Drexel Hill PA Upper Darby Township

SEPTA 101 Trolley Aronimink Station Drexel Hill PAWelcome to the SEPTA 101 Trolley Aronimink Station in Drexel Hill PA.

This station is located on the SEPTA 101 Trolley line running from downtown Media to the 69th Street Terminal.  It is just two blocks south of State Rd between Drexel and Morgan Avenue at the intersection of Burmont Rd with Morgan Ave.  It is in the center of the Aronimink Station Business District running along Burmont Rd which is currently undergoing some site planning for some redevelopment in the area.

The station itself does have a small shed on the south/ east bound side of the tracks but it does not have any dedicated commuter parking.  It is in an ideal location for people commuting to or from the Aronimink located businesses and is within walking distance to most of the  commercial area.  It is also a convenient station for local residents commuting into both Media and Philadelphia.

It is in the center of the greater Drexel Hill residential area providing a great mix of rental units, row homes, twins, and a wide variety of single family homes throughout the area, but the complete sales statistics will be covered in a separate Aronimink post.

If you need access to the businesses in the Aronimink Station Business District, need a centrally located Drexel Hill pick up or drop off spot, or are considering the commuting options from the Drexel Hill area, this is a prime station to keep in mind.  It is centrally located and although it does not have any parking, there is plenty of room on the adjacent streets for picking up or dropping off passengers.

907 Morgan Ave Aronimink Est Drexel Hill PAAs always if you have any questions or need any additional information, please do not hesitate to contact me anytime.

Also be sure to check out the Sunday Open House at 907 Morgan Ave (just four blocks away!) this Sunday October 25 from 1-3.

Comment balloon 0 commentsDavid Henke • October 19 2009 11:42PM

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