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Drexeline Station of the SEPTA Route 101 Trolley Line Drexel Hill PA

Welcome to the Drexeline Station stop on the SEPTA Route 101 Trolley Line in Drexel Hill PA.

The Drexeline Station is another small on-demand stop on the SEPTA Route 101 Trolley line running from the 69th Street Terminal to Media PA.  It is a small station with a shelter on the south (eastbound) side of the trolley tracks.  It is directly adjacent to the Drexeline Shopping Center and just across from the Drexelbrook Apartments.  The stop is just east of the Springfield Scenic Rd stop and west of the Drexelbrook Station.

The Drexeline Shopping Center is located near the intersection of State Rd and Township Line Rd (Route 1) in Upper Darby Township PA.  It is the last stop as the Trolley travels west in Upper Darby Township and is the closest stop to Route 1.  The station is just to the south of the Pilgrim Gardens and Aronimink sections of Drexel Hill PA.  Drexelbrook is just to the east and Springfield Township is just over Darby creek to the south.  The video should provide a better feel for the area:

This stop is within walking distance of several residential areas as well as the entire Drexeline Shopping center retail and commercial businesses.  There is some parking located in the adjacent shopping center.  The real estate market activity in the area is covered under the Aronimink, Drexel Hill, Pilgrim Gardens, and Springfield market reports.

The Drexeline Station is a convenient commuter and general shopping SEPTA Route 101 Station.  It could also be useful if one needs to connect to buses or people traveling the Route 1/ State Rd/ Township Line Road/City Avenue Corridor.

As always, please feel free to contact me anytime, should you have any questions or need any additional information.

David Henke
Long & Foster Real Estate Inc - Newtown Square,PA/Bear, DE
Office: 610-353-1199/Direct: 610-359-3853/Cell: 610-618-0808
www.DelawareCountyPennsylvaniaHomes.com

Comment balloon 0 commentsDavid Henke • March 02 2010 10:37PM

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