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Media-Orange Street (SEPTA station)

Not to be confused with Media (SEPTA station).
Media-Orange Street
SEPTA trolley
Route 101 trolley at the end of the line
Station statistics
Address State & Orange Streets
Media, PA

39°55′07″N 75°23′40″W / 39.9187°N 75.3945°W / 39.9187; -75.3945Coordinates: 39°55′07″N 75°23′40″W / 39.9187°N 75.3945°W / 39.9187; -75.3945

Levels Street
Platforms Sidewalks
Tracks 1
Parking No
Baggage check No
Other information
Electrified Overhead lines
Owned by SEPTA
Preceding station   SEPTA.svg SEPTA   Following station
Terminus Route 101
toward 69th Street

The Orange Street terminus of the Route 101 Trolley is located in downtown Media, Pennsylvania at Orange and State Streets in the middle of State Street since the line operates as a street car in the Media portion of the line. It is served by trolleys originating at 69th Street Terminal in Upper Darby. This is the last station stop on the Route 101 line.

This station is located several blocks from a separate Media train station, served by the Media/Elwyn regional rail line. However, no direct connection exists between the trolley stop and the station.

External links

  • SEPTA - Media (Orange Street) MSH Station
  • Station from Google Maps Street View
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