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Millbourne station

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Owned by  SEPTA
Disabled access  Yes
Previous names  66th Street
Owner  SEPTA
Platforms in use  2
Line(s)  Market–Frankford Line
Electrified  700 volts DC
Opened  4 March 1907
Rebuilt  2008
Tracks  2
Millbourne station

Location  Wister Drive & Millbourne Avenue Millbourne, Pennsylvania
Address  Millbourne, PA 19082, United States
Similar  63rd Street station, 56th Street station, 60th Street station, 46th Street station, Erie–Torresdale station

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Millbourne station is a ground-level stop on the Market-Frankford Line, near the intersection of Millbourne Avenue and Market Street in Millbourne, Pennsylvania.


The station was formerly called 66th Street, as it is half way in between 63rd Street in Philadelphia and 69th Street in Upper Darby. It was reopened on June 16, 2008 following a total reconstruction. During peak hours, Millbourne is served by "B" trains only.

As far as the SEPTA heavy rail system is concerned, the Millbourne station (alongside the 69th Street Transportation Center) is one of two stations located outside the City of Philadelphia.

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