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Marshall Road (SEPTA Route 102 station)

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Marshall Road (SEPTA Route 102 station)

Marshall Road
SEPTA trolley
Station statistics
Address Near Marshall & Cheswold Roads
Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania.

39°56′25″N 75°17′47″W / 39.9402°N 75.2965°W / 39.9402; -75.2965Coordinates: 39°56′25″N 75°17′47″W / 39.9402°N 75.2965°W / 39.9402; -75.2965

Structure type Open shelter
Platforms 2 side platforms
Tracks 2
Parking No
Baggage check No
Other information
Electrified Overhead lines
Owned by SEPTA
Preceding station   SEPTA.svg SEPTA   Following station
toward Sharon Hill
Route 102
toward 69th Street

Marshall Road is a stop on the SEPTA Route 102 (Sharon Hill) trolley line in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania. The station is officially located near Marshall & Cheswold Roads, but in fact it is located halfway between Cheswold and Blanchard Roads on Marshall Road.

Trolleys arriving at this station travel between 69th Street Terminal in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania and Sharon Hill, Pennsylvania. The station has a shed with a roof where people can go inside when it is raining on one platform and a bench on the other. Both platforms are on the north side of the Marshall Road grade crossing only. Because the stop is in a residential area, no parking is available.

External links

  • SEPTA - Marshall Road SHL Station
  • Station from Marshall Road from Google Maps Street View
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