DARBY, PENNSYLVANIA
Darby Borough, PA, nestled in the hills
overlooking Philadelphia International Airport,and
between two creeks,combines strategic location
and an excellent transportation network with
supurlative history.
Darby Historical Commission
Call (610) 583-0788 for information
Ordinance in PDF Format
Darby Past  (links to Darby's
history going back to 1682)
Darby
Postcards
Darby Present
(views of this unique town )
Darby Future (Assets and
Possibilities)
Plaster Demonstration
Old Borough Hall and the Peaceable
Kingdom
Darby Historic Trolley
Proposal
Darby 150th Anniversary of
Incorporation
Proposed Darby Historic
District
1904 Darby Trolley Bridge
Darby Greenway(s)
Picture Gallery
Views of this
remarkable town
1006 Main Street , circa
1734
Your Hosts, Jan and John
Haigis
Darby Time Line
Darby Visions
Link Trainer Flight
Simulator-Main Street
Regional Sites and Treasures
OcTrolleyFest
2005
William Still, Darby, the desegregation of
Philadelphia streetcars and the Darby Rt. 11
In Memoriam, Bunting House c
1730-2005
Hilldale, Darby and Yeadon World Champions
W3R
Blue Bell Inn on Cobbs
Creek
Darby
Ram
Marvil Mural
Darby and the Underground
Railroad
Police box
Rudyard Kiplings's
Philadelphia
Octavius Catto
Fire
Gargoyles
Historic Darby (a Powerpoint
presentation.....6 MB ...may
take a while to load)
"They have a right to criticize
who have a heart to help. The
rest is cruelty, not justice."
William Penn, Fruits of Solitude
Darby in
1927
Fred Trent
Little Flower/aka
Scott Estate,
Woodburne,
Heights of Darby
Harlan Cloud
Apothecary
Buttonwood Park/Darby
Transportation Center
Legend of the
Cobblestones
Above: A picture of what may have been the oldest house in Darby, known as
the Blunston Bake House, it stood between the
Darby Meetinghouse and Darby
Library. It was destroyed by a fire in the 1950's
To the left is 1006 Main, circa 1734 which may be the oldest house remaining
in Darby

Both house sites are located in the proposed
Meetinghouse Historic District.
Raise the Roof for Old Borough Hall
Darby T-Shirts
1000 Main
Street
We have more fun in Darby
January 2011
Fire on Main St
Rebuild begins
OcTrolleyFest
John M. Drew Marker
Illuminating Darby
This site is under construction and additional information about Darby is much appreciated. Since Darby
was settlled in 1682, there is a lot of history to cover. Please send comments, corrections, suggestions
and additions to J.Haiigis, 1006 Main Street, Darby, PA 19023, call 610.583.0788, or e-mail
John
Haigis.
Trolley Travel
Booklet
Clean the Bridge
Academy of Building Conservation
Endangered Treasures/Future Assets
Fullers Row
The Ring of the Bell
The newsletter of the
Friends of the Blue Bell
Darby 20/20
Sig. Blitz
at Darby Library
715 Darby
Terrace