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Lower Merion Twp, Montgomery County, PA

Merion Station

Merion Station is a neighborhood covering an imprecisely-defined area surrounding the SEPTA commuter rail station (293 Idris Road) originally built by the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1914. Located in the neighborhood is the circa 1715 Friends Meeting House (615 Montgomery Avenue), the second oldest Friends Meeting in the U.S. Homes building began in earnest following the opening of the Station.

Nearby Neighborhoods

Street Names
Baird Road • Berkley Road • Berwick Road • Blancoyed Road • Bowman Avenue North • Bowman Avenue South • Broome Lane • Calvert Road • City Avenue • Cross Road • Edgehill Road • Forrest Road • Greystone Road • Hamilton Road • Haywood Road • Hazelhurst Avenue • Heath Road • Highland Avenue North • Howe Road • Isris Road • Lafayette Road • Lapsley Lane • Latches Lane North • Latches Lane South • Linden Lane • Mallwyd Road • Manayunk Road • Meeting House Lane • Merbrook Lane • Mercer Road • Merion Road • Monroe Road • Montgomery Avenue • Orchard Road • Prescott Road • Revere Road • Rockland Avenue • Schiller Avenue • Standish Road • Stonerway Lane • Sycamore Avenue • Valley Road • Winding Way • Woodley Road • Wynnewood Road • Zollinger Way