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  • Wayne


    Although it is an unincorporated town on the Main Line, Wayne’s community was carefully thought out to perfection. It is just fourteen miles from Philadelphia, and Radnor Township is the center of it all. The main street in Wayne has…Read More >>

  • Villanova


    The center of the Pennsylvania Mainline is Villanova which sits in both Lower Merion Township, Montgomery County and Radnor Township, Delaware County. The town center contains the area’s post office, an office building, the Wilmington Trust Company‘s Pennsylvania headquarters, and several smaller shops. But, the most…Read More >>

  • Ardmore


    Originally named “Athensville”, Ardmore is another Main Line town that outskirts Philadelphia and a suburb within Montgomery and Delaware County. It was renamed Ardmore in 1873 by the Pennsylvania Railroad and its motto is “The Main Street of the Main…Read More >>

  • Merion Station

    Merion Station

    Merion Station is one of the towns that make up the Main Line and neighbor to the city of Philadelphia. Merion Station and locally named Merion and Merion Park share the same zip code. Locals commonly understand that Merion Station…Read More >>

  • Bryn Mawr

    Bryn Mawr

    Bryn Mawr, rich with history, is the center point of the prominent Pennsylvania Main Line. Like many towns in Pennsylvania, Bryn Mawr was a part of the land charter given to William Penn by King Charles II. In 1683, Rowland…Read More >>

  • Haverford


    Haverford is located on the Main Line about 10 miles west of Philadelphia situated in both Delaware and Montgomery Counties. Haverford College, a leading liberal arts undergraduate college known for its academic rigor, Honor Code, and beautiful arboretum campus can…Read More >>