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Fernwood-Yeadon (SEPTA station)

Fernwood-Yeadon
SEPTA regional rail
Station statistics
Address Church Lane & Penn Boulevard
Yeadon, Pennsylvania
Coordinates

39°56′23″N 75°15′23″W / 39.93967°N 75.25637°W / 39.93967; -75.25637Coordinates: 39°56′23″N 75°15′23″W / 39.93967°N 75.25637°W / 39.93967; -75.25637

Line(s)
Connections SEPTA Suburban Bus: 108
Platforms 2 side platforms
Tracks 2
Other information
Electrified 1928
Owned by SEPTA
Fare zone 2
Services
Preceding station   SEPTA.svg SEPTA   Following station
toward Elwyn
Media/Elwyn Line
    Former services    
Pennsylvania Railroad
toward 
toward 

Fernwood-Yeadon (originally Fernwood) is a United States railway station along the SEPTA West Chester Line. It is located at Church Lane (US 13) and Penn Boulevard. It serves the Media/Elwyn Line. The station originally had a wooden pedestrian bridge and a grade crossing.

Fernwood-Yeadon Station is east of the terminus of the former Newtown Square Branch of the Pennsylvania Railroad. South of the station (beyond walking distance) is the Yeadon Loop, which is the main terminus for the Route 13 trolley of the SEPTA Subway-Surface Trolley Lines. While two bus routes (108 and 116) that connect to this station intersect with the line, it has no connection to that stop.

External links

  • SEPTA – Fernwood-Yeadon Station
  • Original Fernwood PRR Station


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