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ⓘ Bartram Avenue station




Bartram Avenue station
                                     

ⓘ Bartram Avenue station

Bartram Avenue station is a SEPTA Route 102 trolley station in Collingdale, Pennsylvania. The station is officially located at Woodlawn and Bartram Avenues. This is the fourth to last station stop on the Route 102 line, and the third to last stop to run along Woodlawn Avenue.

Trolley buses arrive at the station, move between street terminal 69th in upper Darby, PA, Chester pike and us 13 in Sharon hill, PA. Unlike the North street, the route of the line 102 travels on its own right-the side on both sides of the road for which the station called.

                                     
  • Airport Line - Eastwick Station Terminus at the Airport Media Elwyn Line - 49th St Angora Station Route 11 runs along Woodland Avenue to Darby Route 13 runs
  • connecting Grays Ferry Crescent to Bartram s Mile - a park on the west side of the Schuylkill River, north of Bartram s Garden. The bridge is under construction
  • after a real estate development company adopted the name. Cecil B. Moore Avenue also refers to the street running parallel to Oxford and Montgomery, intersecting
  • votes The 2017 Kensington Town Election was held on June 5, 2017 Darin R. Bartram Council Member, 210.3 votes Conor D. Crimmins, Council Member, 233 votes
  • Syston Town News and the Syston Directory. Actress Terri Dwyer Singer Dave Bartram from Showaddywaddy Speedway racer Fred Wilkinson raced for England v.s
  • 160th district John Bartram Quaker, early American botanist and father of the even more famous traveler and botanist William Bartram was born in Darby
  • the Culper Spy Ring Black Rock s merchant history 1801 - 1838, Thomas Bartram s Merchant and Shipping Account Log Book project Black Rock shipping
  • before entering the street in Media. The 101 has double tracks to Woodland Avenue then a single track to just before Pine Ridge, then enters the street at
  • lanes of SR 104. US 25 Bus. and SR 4 encounter an entrance to the New Bartram Trail before beginning to travel over the Savannah River on the James U
  • to join Grays Ferry where the line runs to the Schuylkill River. Angora Bartram Village Clearview Kingsessing Eastwick Elmwood Park Hedgerow Mount Moriah

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