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Primos (SEPTA station)

Primos
SEPTA regional rail
The Primos station in January 2013, after construction of the high-level platforms.
Location 501 Oak Avenue
(Oak & Secane Avenues)
Primos, PA, 19018
Coordinates
Owned by SEPTA
Line(s)
Platforms 2 side platforms
Tracks 2
Connections SEPTA Suburban Bus: 107
Construction
Parking Yes
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Fare zone 2
History
Electrified 1928
Previous names Oak Lane
Services
Preceding station   SEPTA   Following station
toward Elwyn
Media/Elwyn Line
  Former services  
Pennsylvania Railroad
toward West Chester
West Chester Branch

Primos is a station along the SEPTA West Chester Line in Primos in the Borough of Aldan in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. The station, located at Oak and Secane Avenues, includes a 52-space parking lot. In 2013, this station saw 322 boardings and 398 alightings on an average weekday.[1] The station is served by the Media/Elwyn Line. It consists of a pre-fabricated office trailer on one platform, and an open brick shelter on the other. Before becoming an established station, Primos was a flag stop known as Oak Lane.

References

  1. ^ p. 61Fiscal Year 2015 Annual Service Plan.SEPTA (May 2014).  PDF

External links

  • SEPTA - Primos Station
  • Station from Oak Avenue from Google Maps Street View
The shelter at Primos prior to construction of the high level platforms


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