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Wayne, PA Real Estate:

History of Wayne

 

 

 

Wayne is located in Radnor Township in Delaware County,

Tredyffrin Township in Chester County, and

Upper Merion Township  in Montgomery County.

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Wayne, Pennsylvania was once home to the Lenni Lenape Indians, the land here was first settled in the 1600's by a group of 40 Quakers from Radnorshire, Wales.Wayne was originally named Louella, after founder J. Henry Askin's daughters Louisa and Ella. Wayne's development began when a railroad stop called Cleaver's Landing was established. It was renamed Wayne Station after General Anthony Wayne, who was a United States Army general and statesman during the American Revolution.

 

The Wayne Station was built by the Pennsylvania Railroad between 1882 and 1885.

 

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