This article relies largely or entirely on a single source. (September 2016)
Boyertown station was a Reading Railroad station in Boyertown, Pennsylvania on the Pottstown-Barto line that is currently a heritage railroad station serving the Colebrookdale Railroad heritage railroad. The station formerly served a spur of the Pottstown Line which was truncated from the SEPTA's Manayunk/Norristown Line in Norristown. There is currently a small building serving as the ticket house, but there are plans in the works to build a grand 8000 square foot station that would serve as the main station with a restaurant. Once that is complete the current station will turn into a bike rental.
|Colebrookdale Railroad heritage railroad station|
Former Reading Railroad station
|Opened||September 6, 1869|
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- Snyder, Michael (March 1, 2015). "Colebrookdale Railroad played an important part in the economic and social framework of the area". The Mercury.