MONTGOMERY  COUNTY

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EXISTING STATIONS
Station
Name
Original
Railroad
Current
Location
Type Current
Use
Date
Built
Track
Status
Building
Material
More
Info
Ambler 27 West Butler Pike
(GPS: 40.153644,-75.225137)
P Business ???? In Use Wood
Ambler West Race Street
(GPS: 40.15411,-75.22505)
F ???? ???? In Use Wood
Ardmore Station Avenue P Railroad 1950s In Use Brick
Ardsley Edge Hill Road & Jenkintown Road P Railroad ???? In Use Wood
Barmouth
(West Laurel Hill Station)
Belmont Avenue at Levering Mill Road, 1/8 mile north of Belmont Avenue
(GPS: 40.016084, -75.227458)
P Vacant ???? Aband. Stone  
Bethayres Huntington Pike & Station Road
(GPS: 40.116582, -75.068770)
P Railroad 1883 In Use Brick
Bridgeport Corner of 2nd and Depot Streets
(GPS: 40.106480, -75.342140)
F Vacant ???? In Use W/B
Bryn Athyn 999 Fetters Mill Road C Post office 1902 Aband. Wood
Bryn Mawr Bryn Mawr Avenue and Elliott Road, 1 block east of US 30 C Railroad 1963 In Use Brick
Bryn Mawr Bryn Mawr Avenue and Elliott Road, 1 block east of US 30 F Business 1870 In Use Stone
Conshohocken
(Westbound)
Fayette St. & Crawford Avenue
(2 Harry Street)
P Business 1884 Gone Brick  
Cynwyd U.S. 23 & Montgomery Avenue P Railroad ???? In Use B/W
East Greenville 406 4th Street P Private 1920 In Use Wood  
Elkins Park Spring Avenue & Park Avenue P Railroad 1899 In Use Stone
Fort Washington Bethlehem Pike & Station Avenue P Railroad 1903 In Use Stone
Glenside
(Abington)
Easton Road & Glenside Road P Railroad 1873 In Use Stone
Gwynedd Valley
(Hoyt)
521 Plymouth Road
(GPS: 40.184874, -75.256843)
P RR/Business 1888 In Use Wood  
Hatboro South Penn Street
(GPS: 40.175642, -75.102960)
P Railroad 1935 In Use Brick
Hatfield Market Street & Broad Street C Business 1913 In Use Brick  
Haverford Haverford Station Road P Railroad/
Business
1880 In Use Stone
Haverford ???? P Railroad ???? In Use Brick
Hendricks 1/4 mile north of its former location on the corner of Hendricks Station Road and Hendricks Road. P Private ???? None Wood  
Jenkintown Greenwood & Glanside Avenues. P Railroad/
Business
1932 In Use Stone
Lansdale South Main Street at Walnut Street
(GPS: 40.243078, -75.285184)
P Railroad 1902 In Use Brick
Lansdale At the intersection of South Broad Street, Vine Street, and Railroad Avenue
(GPS: 40.239925, -75.284733)
F Vacant 1909 In Use Stone
Melrose Park Valley Road P Railroad ???? In Use Stone
Merion Station

Merion Station (Outbound)

Merion Road & Highland Avenue C Railroad/
Post Office
???? In Use Brick
Merion Station Merion Road & Highland Avenue F Railroad ???? In Use Brick
Miquon River Road & Manor Road, 2 mi. west of Ridge Pike, in Whitemarsh Twp. P Business 1910 In Use Brick
Narberth
(Elm Station)
Haverford Avenue P Railroad ???? In Use Stone
Noble Old York Road P Railroad 1901 In Use Brick
Norristown West side of DeKalb Sreet at East Washington Street
(GPS: 40.112586, -75.344206)
P Railroad 1932 In Use Brick
Norristown East side of Dekalb Street near Lafayette Street
(GPS: 40.112631, -75.342833)
F Business 1934 In Use Concrete  
North Hills
(Edge Hill)
North Hills Road & Station Road P Railroad ???? In Use Stone
North Wales 435 School Street
(GPS: 40.214346, -75.277447)
P Business 1873 In Use Brick
Oaks Egypt Road & Station Avenue P Business 1918 Aband. Wood
Old York
Road Station
(Ogontz Sta.)
Old York Road & Chelten Hills Road in Elkins Park
(GPS: 40.075965, -75.129254)
P Private 1874 In Use Stone  
Oreland Bridge Street & Bruce Road P Railroad 1931 In Use Stone
Penllyn Penllyn Pike and Pershing Road
(GPS: 40.169631, -75.244118)
P Railroad 1930 In Use Stone
Pennsburg Off of PA 663 & Station Road at 220 4th. Street P Residence 1914 In Use Wood  
Philmont Tomlinson Road & Tracey Road P Railroad 1913 In Use Stucco
Pottstown  West side of South Hanover Street
(GPS: 40.245014, -75.652115)
P Bank 1929 In Use Brick
Pottstown  MW corner of South Hanover Street and South Street
(GPS: 40.243969, -75.651278)
F Storage 1929 Gone Brick  
Port Kennedy 1/4 mile north of Route 23, just off Route 422 in Betzwood Bridge Valley Forge NHP P Storage 1910 In Use Wood
Rosemont Airdale Road & Montrose Avenue 1 block east of US 30 P Railroad 1880 In Use Brick  
Royersford Main Street at Railroad Plaza
(GPS: 40.183514, -75.543544)
P Business 1931 In Use Brick  
Rydal
(Benezette)
Fairway Valley Road & Rydal Road P Railroad 1888 In Use Brick
Schwenksville 390 Main Street (Route 29) P Business 1943 Gone Brick  
Souderton 2 West Broad Street (off PA 113). P Business 1928 In Use Stucco
Telford 50 North Main Street (Main Street at Penn Avenue).
(GPS: 40.325289, -75.329220)
P Business 1931 In Use Brick
Telford Penn Avenue
(40.324800, -75.329765)
F ???? 1930 In Use Brick
Whitehall Glenbrook Avenue & County Line Road in Bryn Mawr P Civic 1860 Gone Wood
Willow Grove Davisville Road & Old York Road P Railroad 1939 In Use Stone
Wynnewood Wynnewood Road & Penn Road P Railroad/
Business
1870 In Use Stone
STATIONS OF THE PAST
Station
Name
Original
Railroad
Notes
Abrams  
Acorn Station This station was on the north side of Township Line Road on the west side of the tracks (GPS: 40.191647, -75.290231).
Ambler
(Wissahickon)
The first station was built here in 1855. The town was renamed from Wissahickon to Ambler in 1869 in honor of Mary Johnson Ambler, a local Quaker woman who heroically assisted during The Great Train Wreck of 1856, in which 59 people were killed instantly and dozens more died from their injuries.
Arcola Built in 1883.
Ardmore
(Athensville)
Built in the 1850s.
Ardmore
(Athensville)
Built 1870.
Asbestos
(Wyndmoor)
(Nelmoor)
This station was on the Cresheim Branch. This was likely a shelter or platform only. It was located on the SW side of Queen Street on the NW side of the tracks at GPS: 40.080629, -75.181729. The name Nelmoor (as shown on the 1916 North Penn Section Map) is a portmanteau of Nelson (for the valve factory that was at this location) and Wyndmoor.
Ashbourne Before the Elkins Park station was built in 1899, there was a station here called Ashbourne. It was on the north side of Park Avenue.
Bala This is the old station, now gone.
Barmouth
(West Laurel Hill)
This station was located at GPS: 40.016084, -75.227458 where the existing Barmouth SEPTA shelter is today.
Belfry On the Stony Creek Branch.
Betzwood Station This station was on the property of John Betz. It was about a mile SW of Port Indian Station.
Bramcote
(Stowe)
 
Bridgeport The passenger station was on the east side of Depot Street at 4th Street. It was a three-story building on the south side of the tracks (GPS: 40.105192, -75.341544). There was a freight station at the corner of Depot Street and Second Street in 1893.
Bryn Mawr Sat at the northwest corner of Bryn Mawr and Morris Aves. Built in 1869, it was demolished in 1963. Another view.
Bryn Mawr Anyone know where this station was and on which line?
Byberry Station This station was on the noth side of Byberry Road on the west side of the tracks (GPS: 40.157717, -75.072467).
Camp Hill This station was near the intersection of Camp Hill Road, Valley Green Road and Walnut Avenue at GPS: 40.124563, -75.199499.
Chelten Hills This station was on the south side of Washington Lane on the east side of the tracks near GPS: 40.087591, -75.135159.
City Line Station This station was in the vacinity of Melrose and Mountain Avenues south of Elkins Park and Ashbourne stations. This station later become known as Melrose Station, but it was a bit north of the current Melrose Park station. 
Cold Point  
Collegeville Passenger station.
Collegeville Freight station.
Colmar
The North Pennsylvania Railroad line from Philadelphia to Bethlehem was built through Hatfield Township in 1856, with the Lansdale-Doylestown branch being constructed that same year. A railroad station was built where the Doylestown branch crossed Bethlehem Pike, and was named "Line Lexington". As a village grew around the Line Lexington Station, it needed its own name to avoid confusion with the village of Line Lexington, one and a half miles away in Bucks County. In January 1871, a post office, called Jenkins, was established in the village. In June 1871, the post office was renamed Ainsworth, perhaps after a hotel owner. But two weeks later, both the post office and the train station were renamed Colmar. By 1896, Colmar consisted of some 20 dwellings built on both sides of the railroad. --Adapted from the Hatfield Twp. Website
Conshohocken
(Eastbound)
This station was more substantial than the westbound station due to heavier passenger traffic to Philadelphia.
Conshohocken  
Conshohocken There was a freight house closer to the river on the SW side of the canal (now gone). This freight house was located at approximately GPS: 40.072151, -75.310560.
Corsons  
Custer Station
(Norriton)
This station was on West Township Line Road at approximately GPS: 40.158603, -75.324891.
Delphi (Zeiglerville Station) Built 1888, closed in 1953.
Doylestown Pike Station This station was on the west side of what is now Easton Road (PA-611) on the north side of the tracks (GPS: 40.159584, -75.122821).
Dreshertown
(Dresher)
This station was near the intersection of Susquehanna Road and Limekiln Pike (GPS: 40.139257, -75.165902).
Enfield This station was on the Cresheim Branch. This was likely a shelter or platform only. It was located on Papermill Road at what is now the Fort Washington Expressway (GPS: 40.101558, -75.193761).
Ernest This station was on Ernest Station Road on the east side of the tracks (GPS: 40.102221, -75.319468).
East Greenville The original station in East Greenville was at Railroad and 3rd Streets on the NE side of the tracks (GPS: 40.403616, -75.505826).
Edge hill
(North Hills)
This station served the Edge Hill Iron Works. It was SW of Glenside (Abington). Not sure if the RDG station that is still standing is the original NPRR station or if another station predated it.
Fellwick Station This station is shown on the 1950 county map
Flourtown This station was ont he east side of Bethlehem Pkie on the south side of the tracks at GPS: 40.107961, -75.213879. The station is shown on the 1883 NPRR map.
Fort Hill This station was on Camp Hill Road at approximately GPS: 40.126942, -75.207041. It was on the Cresheim Branch.
Fort Washington There was an NPRR station here that predated the Reading station.
Fortuna  
Fulmore Station This station was on the west side of South Warminster Road on the west side fo the tracks (GPS: 40.166337, -75.104784).
Gladwyne Station Sat 2.5 miles from Gladwyne along the Reading line.
GraterSford
Green Lane Torn down in 1966.
Harper Station This station was east of Anna Road in what is now Huntingdon Valley. It was near GPS: 40.091646, -75.081907.
Hatboro The original Hatboro station was in approximately the same location as the existing Hatboro station (GPS: 40.175642, -75.102960).
Hatfield
(UPPER HATFIELD)
The passenger station here was on the west side of the tracks and the freight station was on the east.
Heaton
(Morgans Millls)
This station was on the North side of Terwood Road on the west side of the tracks (GPS: 40.157238, -75.107127).
Heaton This station was on the north side of Fitzwatertown Road near York Road (GPS: 40.160475, -75.112758).
Henderson
(Henderson Park)
This station was on Henderson Road near Church Road.
Hillcrest This station was on the Cresheim Branch. It was at the NE end of Mermaid Lane at West Cheltenham Avenue (GPS: 40.086385, -75.179014).
Hillegas Station This station was on the NW side of Hendricks Road on the north side of the tracks (GPS: 40.375101, -75.471660). This station is shown on the 1893 county map.
Hillside STation
(Roslyn)
This staion was near where the current Roslyn SEPTA stop is today at Susquehanna and Easton Roads. In 1893 the staion was on the NE side of Susquehanna Road on the SE side of the tracks at approximately GPS: 40.121265, -75.133130.
Hoopeston Station This station was onthe Trenton Cutoff near what is now the I-276 and Fort Washington Expressway interchange (GPS: 40.130563, -75.201228).
Hooverton This station was on the north side of West Germantown Pike on the west side of the tracks (GPS: 40.148550, -75.330776).
Horsham This station was on the NW side of Twining Road (GPS: 40.152405, -75.141724).
Huntingdon Valley This station was on the south side of Old Welsh Road.
Ivy Hill
(East Lane)
This station was on the Cresheim Branch. This was likely a shelter or platform only. It was located on Ivy Hill Road at Hazelwood Drive (GPS: 40.075485, -75.185859). It is shown on the 1916 North Penn Section map as Ivy Lane station. East Lane used to intersect Ivy Lane at this location.
Ivy Rock  
Jenkintown This station was built in 1872 but was replaced in 1932 by the current station on the same site.
Kenilworth  
Kneedler Station This station was on the west side of the tracks near GPS: 40.221857, -75.292065. The station is shown on the 1893 county map.
King Of Prussia  
Kratz  
Lafayette Both the Reading and PRR Lafayette station were on Manor Road as the tracks were close to each other and ran parallel here.
Lafayette  
Lansdale The NPRR station was at approximately the same location as the Reading (SEPTA) station that is still standing (GPS: 40.243078, -75.285184).
Laverock This station was on the Cresheim Branch.
Lawndale This station was at the NW end of Robbins Street (GPS: 40.051597, -75.102672).
Linfield
(Limerick)
Built in 1877, this station was on the east side of Trinley Mill Road on the north side of the tracks (GPS: 40.210239, -75.566285). On the 1877 map, this town is called Limerick Station.
Locustwood This station was in the vicinity of Pawlings Road and Station Avenue around GPS: 40.114111, -75.455535.
Maple Station  
McLeans This station was in the vicintiy of what is now McLeans Station Road and Gravel Pike (PA29).
Meadowbrook This station was on Old Valley Road at GPS: 40.111399, -75.092875. It burned down in April, 1995.
Melmar Station Melmar Station was west of where Melmar Road is today. It was on the West side of the tracks at approximately GPS: 40.105073, -75.074268.
Melrose This station was in the vacinity of Melrose and Mountain Avenues south of Elkins Park and Ashbourne stations. This station Was originally known as City Line Station (even though Oak Park was closer to the actual city line), but it was a bit north of the current location of the existing Melrose Park station. 
Mill Road Station On the Plymouth Branch.
Mingo Station  
Mogee
(Mogeetown)
This station was a bit NW of Ross Street at approximately GPS: 40.106989, -75.326680. As shown onthe 1893 map.
Mogee I have seen references to an RDG station here, but it does not appear on the 1893 map.
Mont Clare This station was ont he NW side of Bridge Street on the east side of the tracks (GPS: 40.137051, -75.505273).
Noble In the photo, the station is decorated for an 1889 visit from President Harrison.
Norristown
(DeKalb Street)
Built 1862, closed in 1932 and replaced with station that stille exists at this location on the west side of DeKalb Sreet at East Washington Street (GPS: 40.112586, -75.344206).
Norristown
(Main Street)
This was the Main Street Station located at the corner of Main and Markley Streets (GPS: 40.116844, -75.349147).  The station was on the Stony Creek Branch that connects Norristown and Lansdale Pennsylvania. It was replaced with a modern shelter in the 1960's that is served today by Septa's R6 commuter rail line.
Norristown
(Marshall Street)
This station was on Marshall Street between Courson Street and Markley Street (GPS: 40.118936, -75.347149).
Norristown
(Elm Street)
There was a passenger platform and freight station on the north side of West Elm Street on the west side of the tracks (GPS: 40.122589, -75.345067) which was torn down in 1899.
Norristown
(Mill Street)
This combination station was on the corner of Mill and Washington Streets at GPS: 40.111781, -75.341049. There was a P&R engine house just to the north and the old Exchange Hotel was across Mill Street.
Norristown
(Hospital Sta.)
This station served the state hospital and was located on the NE side of Sterigere Street on the NW side of the tracks (GPS: 40.128106, -75.345818). The station is shown ont he 1893 county map.
Norristown STONY
CREEK
RR
The Stony Creek RR station was on the south side of West Airy Street between Courson Street (which no longer extends to Airy Street) and Astor Street at GPS: 40.118021, -75.349244. This station is shown on the 1893 map of the town and is shown as still standing and used as a freight station (under the West Airy Street overpass) on the 1920 map.
Norristown The original passenger (GPS: 40.112795, -75.342634) and frieght station (GPS: 40.112606, -75.342736) were on the corner of Lafayette and DeKalb Streets. All or part of the original passenger station became a freight shed (as seen on the 1920 Sanborn Insurance Map). The original one-story freight station was in the same location as the two-story freight station that replaced it in 1932.
Norristown The second passenger station here was on East Lafayette between DeKalb and Swede Streets (GPS: 40.113244, -75.344063).
Norristown
(Franklin Ave.)
There was a newer passenger station on Haws Avenue at GPS: 40.116463, -75.355986. This was known as the Franklin Avenue Station before the street name was changed to Haws. The PRR YMCA was nearby on the corner of West Washington and Haws.
Norristown
(Montgomery Cemetery)
There was a station shown at this cemetery on the 1893 map at approximately GPS: 40.117558, -75.366445.
North Glenside  
North Wales There was a freight station across the tracks to the NE of the passenger station at GPS: 40.214909, -75.277313. It was torn down in 1981 to make a larger parking lot for SEPTA riders.
Oak Lane
(Melrose Park)
The inbound (to Philadelphia) ticket office and waiting room (pictured) burned down in the mid-90's. The only piece left of the old inbound station is the southern two sections of the platform shelter. SEPTA has built a new station.
Oak Lane  
Oaks The first station here was built in 1866 and burned down in 1872.
Oaks The second Perkiomen RR station here was built in 1873.
Ogontz  
Oreland Built 1890, closed in 1931.
Oreland This station, shown on the 1883 NPRR railroad map, was at the NE end of what is now Plymouth Avenue where the tracks come together at GPS: 40.119314, -75.186753.
Orvilla  
Palm  
Paper Mills Station This station was ont he north side of Paper Mill Road on the west side of the tracks (GPS: 40.140257, -75.074193).
Pencoyd Station This station was on Righters Ferry Road on the SE side of the tracks and served the Pencoyd Iron Works. It was at approximately GPS: 40.015747, -75.214947. There was also a siding at the station of funeral trains for West Laurel Hill Cemetery.
Penllyn There was an NPRR station here that predated the Reading station.
Penllyn There was a freight station across the tracks from the existing passenger station. It was torn down in 2005 to add more parking spaces for the passenger station.
Pennbrook  
Pennsburg  
Perkiomen This station was just south of Oaks where the PRR crossed the Perkiomen RR.
Perkiomen Junction  
Perkiomenville This was the original station.
Perkiomenville This was the second station here.
Plymouth Meeting
 
Plymouth Meeting
(Tyrol Station)
This was likely a Plymouth RR/RDG station.
Port Indian This station was on Port Indian Road at approximately GPS: 40.119621, -75.391448.
Port Providence This station was on the west side of Hollow Road on the south side of the tracks (GPS: 40.130918, -75.492897).
Pottstown Original station built 1867, closed in 1929. This station was at the same location as the existing station (GPS: 40.245012, -75.652139).
Pottstown There was a brick freight station behind the passenger station on a spur with frontage on High Street at (GPS: 40.245734, -75.652018). Next to it, to the west, was the P&R carpentery shop which was later converted into an additional freight house (as shown ont he 1920 map).
Pottstown
(Stowe)
The original Stowe station was moved in 1902 at the request of the Stanley G. Flagg Company.
Pottstown
(Stowe)
Built 1912 and closed in 1953, this was the second Stowe station. It was on the south side of West High Street on the north side of the tracks at GPS: 40.245552, -75.681021. It served the iron works there via a foot bridge over the tracks.
Pottstown
(Mill Park)
This station was on the Coleborookdale Branch north of West King Street at GPS: 40.248891, -75.659110. This station is shown on the 1893 county map. It was likely only a shelter or platform.
Pottstown
(Glasgow Sta.)
This station was on the Colebrookdale Branch, on the north side of Glasgow Road, on the west side of the tracks, at GPS: 40.262473, -75.661771. It served the Glasgow Iron Works. This station is shown on the 1893 county map. It was likely only a shelter or platform.
Pottstown In 1885 the station was on the east side of Hanover Street on the north side of the tracks (GPS: 40.242805, -75.650814).
Pottstown There was a small freight station in the middle of the block bordered by Laurel Street, South Franklin Street, South Evans Street and what is now Industrial Parkway (GPS: 40.240859, -75.645892). At some point this station was replace or expanded as a larger building is shown at this location on the 1920 map comapred those from the late 1800s.
POTTSTOWN
(Steel Works)
This station was inside the Pottstown Iron Company steel plant on the north side of the tracks at GPS: 40.245147, -75.674375.
Pottstown
(Bramcote STA.)
Like the Pottstown (Stowe) RDG station and the Steel Works PRR station listed above, this station was likely was built to serve industry on the west side of town. This station was located on the north side of Old Reading Pike at GPS: 40.243353, -75.686683.
Protectory Station This station is shown on the 1912 county map.
Red Hill
Rahns
(Iron Bridge)
This station was on the south side of Bridge Road on the west side of the tracks.
Rambo  
Red Hill  
Ridge Road This station was on the Plymouth Branch.
Rockledge This station was on Shady Lane.
Rose Glen  
Roslyn Heights  
Royersford The original Royersford P&R station was a tavern before the railroad came through town. The old Schwenk's Tavern was in service from 1839 until the "new" station went into service in 1867.
Royersford  This was the second station at Royersford. It was on the west side of the tracks, but closer to Main Street (GPS: 40.183190, -75.543394) than the current station. There was a freight station behind the passnger station (to the north). Some sources say this building was the original Schwenk's Tavern, but the book Reading Railroad Station Pictorial by Bernhart & Bernhart (1999) idicates that railroad built this station 1867. 
Rubicam
(Crestmont)
This station was on Rubicam Avenue near where the current Crastmont SEPTA stop is.
Salford
Sanatoga This station was on Sanatoga Road east of Pottsville. It was likely only a shelter or platform.
Sandy Hill This station was on the Cresheim Branch. This was likely a shelter or platform only.
Sandy Run Station This station was on the north side of Camp Hill Road on the SW side of the tracks (GPS: 40.124183, -75.198614).
Schwenksville Original station, burned down March 8, 1942.
Souderton This station was built in the 1860s and sat on the NE side of the tracks on the NW side of Broad Street (GPS: 40.309870, -75.321135).
Spring Mill Heights  
Spring Mount
(Frederick Sta.)
Formerly known as Frederick Station.
Stowe See the listings for Pottstown (Stowe) above.
Sunnybrook
(Arlingham)
This station was on the Cresheim Branch. This was likely a shelter or platform only. It is shown as Arlingham on the 1916 county atlas. It was at the SE end of Fleming Road (GPS: 40.117232, -75.203377).
Swedeland  
Telford There was an earlier NPRR station here before the 1931 station that still exists. That station burned in May, 1903.
Valley Falls This station was on Huntingdon Pike north of Pennypack Creek on the west side of the tracks at GPS: 40.113567, -75.072515.
Walnut Hill  
West Conshohocken This station was on Fayette Street on the NE side of the tracks (GPS: 40.069641, -75.310576).
West Point
(Lukens Station)
Built 1873-4. The station was named Lukens Station after the owner of the land, Jonathan Lukens. It was situated in the "west point" end of Upper Gwynedd Township, which was then farmland. Lukens and his neighbor, Amos Jones, split some of their farmland into lots, sold them, and houses were built. In 1878 a Post Office was built, and named the West Point Post Office. Lukens Station became the West Point station. --Mike Simpson

This station was located off of Main Street between Moyers Boulevard and Garfield Avenue. The station derived its later name as a result of 2 businessmen from a neighboring town of North Wales. These men started a feed and grain business there and they named it West Point because it was west of the business they had in North Wales. --George Slater
West Spring Mill Station  
WhiteMarsh
(St. Thomas)
This station was on the south side of the tracks on the north side of Camp Hill Road (GPS: 40.122471, -75.216608). This was the Northern terminus of the Cresheim Branch at the Trenton Cutoff.
Williams This station was on the SW side of Stenton Avenue on the north side of the tracks on the Plymouth Branch.
Willow Grove Built in 1886, closed 1965. Replaced as passenger station by newer (1939) station that is still standing
Woodside Station This station was on the north side of what is now Creek Road Trail on the east side of the tracks (GPS: 40.151870, -75.074563).
Yerkes This station was on the south side of Yerkes Road on the east side of the tracks (GPS: 40.169693, -75.463947). It was built in 1881. A freight house was built in 1895.
1895 MONTGOMERY COUNTY RAILROAD MAP
Notes About Existing Stations...

Ambler (NPRR - Passenger) - Although some sources have this station as being built in 1877, it does not appear on the 1886 map. On that map there is a stone quarry on the south side of the tracks and the passenger station (possibly the building that was subsequently the freight station?) is shown on the north side of the tracks. The original station here was built in 1855.

Ambler (NPRR - Freight) - This was perhaps the original passenger station as the only station building here is shown in this location on the 1886 map.

Barmouth (PRR) - This was the Barmouth Station on the Cynwyd Line that branched off from the westbound PRR mainline just west of the Phila Zoo, and ran north through Wynnefield Avenue, Bala, Cynwyd, and then Barmouth Station just north of Belmont Avenue, as it entered West Laurel Hill Cemetery and then ultimately crossed north over abridge that spans the Schuylkill River. It was originally known as the West Laurel Hill Station.

Bryn Athyn (RDG) - This is on the Newtown Branch, same line as Churchville and Southampton. This line has been out of service since mid 1980's but SEPTA still plans on reactivating line in the future for commuters. Original Station was enlarged in 1927 to add what is now the post office. Station is located at RR milepost 15.10. SEPTA does not consider tracks as abandoned, only "out-of-service."

Bryn Mawr (PRR) - This station is built in mid-20th century colonial style. About 50 feet east of the eastbound station is a stone freight shed, dating to about 1870; it is now a restaurant. On the westbound side is a splendid yellow brick-and-copper interlocking tower. The station that it replaced was torn down in 1963 when this one was erected.

Glenside (NPRR) - Formerly called Abington Station.

Jenkintown (RDG) - Designed by Horace Trumbauer.

Melrose Park (RDG) - The inbound (to Philadelphia) ticket office and waiting room burned down in the mid-90's. That is the building on the left in the old Oak Lane photo. The only piece left of the old inbound station is the southern two sections of the platform shelter. SEPTA has built a new station.

Merion (PRR) - This is truly the best-maintained station on the line. The Merion Civic Association maintains the buildings, and they could easily be placed in Germany. Brick platforms, red brick and yellow stucco walls with green window frames and window boxes full of geraniums, plus a very busy schedule and lots of commuter use make this the ultimate example of a great station.

Miquon (RDG) - This is a 1-story red-brick station with a low hipped roof. There is also an inbound wooden passenger shelter. The name "Miquon" is a Lenape Indian word meaning "feather" and was given to William Penn as a humorous nickname after he tried to explain to the natives what his last name meant (they also gave him the respectful name "Onas" meaning "friend").

North Wales (NPRR) - The original station was located about 2500 feet south of the present station. When the new station was built, it had iron supports under the overhanging roof instead of wooden beams. The station also had a cupola located on the roof centered over the ticket agent's office (Similar to Glenside and Doylestown). The station was remodeled by SEPTA in 2008.

Old York Road Station (NPRR) - This station was also known as Ogontz Station and closed to passenger service in 1899 when the new Elkins Park station (formerly known as Ashbourne Station on the NPRR) opened just a 1/4 mile or so down the line. The station was still used for freight for some time. The station is shown on the 1886 NPRR map where the village there is called Showmakerstown.

Port Kennedy (RDG) - Passenger service ended 1980. SEPTA renamed this station Valley Forge at some point.

Whitehall (PRR) - Built in 1860 this was the first Bryn Mawr station that served the original PRR route. The PRR straightened the line in 1868 and built a new station. Used as the Bryn Mawr Hospital Thrift Shop. The station was built in 1860 by the PRR so they could have a telegraph office in Whitehall.  The station stopped being used by the railroad in 1868 when the new tracks 1/2 mile north went into operation and passengers began using the Bryn Mawr station.

Wynnewood (PRR) - This stone station is in excellent repair. The stonework is finely-cut gray "rubble" with green stone trim. The platforms are herringbone brick and the platform roofs are "railroad gingerbread."