(SEPTA One Day Convenience Passes are encouraged)      
        ($8 for 8 rides on any subway, bus or trolley)

                                                                         Schedule for
 OcTrolleyFest 2013, Saturday October 12  (Subject to revision and change)

Day starts in Darby at 10:00 am with visits to Darby Fire Co. No 1, Sharon Savings Bank
Art Displays, and scarecrow
making at Darby Library  then  to 69th Street by trolley and subway at 11:00

Arriving 69th Street station about Noon

TrolleySong Sing
Historical Characters/TimeLine
Guided Tours (see below)
Historic displays
the Electric Slide

3 basic Routes.... Subject to change...these are our estimates
and we can not promise guides for every ride.
This is our first year in this new format  ....

69th Street to Sharon Hill and back (Rt 102) First tour leaves Approx 12:30 PM including stop at Aldan Museum
(Cars leave every ½ hour )
Book signing at Collingdale Library 1:30

69th St to Media and back (Rt 101)
(every 1/2 hour)
Example, leave 69th St. 12:00, arrive Providence Rd (MInshall House 12:29)
(14 Min)  Lv Prov. Rd. (Minshall House 12:43 ,back 1:13 (Total 1.15 hours)
(45 Min) Lv Prov. Rd  (Minshall House) 1:13, back 1:43 (total 1 hr. 45 Min)

69th street to Norristown (Hughes Park) and back (Rt. 100)
(Cars every 20 minutes)
Ex: Lv 69th St 2:50 Arr Hughes park, 3:14 Lv Hughes Park 3:20 Arr 69th 3:42  (total 52 Min)   

Day ends in Darby (return by bus or El/trolley) with a scavenger hunt between 5-6 PM  

WE STILL NEED sponsors, guides, people to answer questions, people to be part of the time-line, people to do
the electric slide, and most importantly people to have fun.... Keep in mind that SEPTA regular service takes
presidence...We are guests on a wonderfully unique, inter-modal transportation system.

The cost is a
SEPTA One Day Convenience Pass ($8 for 8 rides),

or if you have you own SEPTA pass, you're good to go.

Any questions, call 610-583-0788


We have a remarkable and possibly unique inter-modal
system that can get people almost anywhere in the Delaware
Valley, and at the core is a light rail system that connects us
all with a wonderful  
variety of historic sites including the
Minshall House in Media, the Grange Estate in Haverford,
The Blue Bell Inn in Philadelphia, Cobbs Creek Park, the
Swedish Cabin, Bartram's Garden, Woodlands Cemetery,
Eden Cemetery, St. James of Kingsessing, and much. much
Special Hiking Tour
with Philadelphia
Hiking Meetup Group
Article in News of Delaware County
The Journey is the Show
Other Area Events
Article in Inquirer