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Mill Creek leaves Montgomery County and enters the West Philadelphia sewer culvert, near the intersection of 63rd Street and City Line Avenue, across City Line from Overbrook Station.

Georgian Revival home in Overbrook Farms, located near the intersection of Drexel Road & N. 64th Street, built in 1910.

Our Lady of Lourdes, built by Catholics in 1899.

Pennsylvania Institution for the Instruction of the Blind, founded in 1832, relocated in this Spanish Renaissance building designed by the architectural firm of Cope & Stewardson, 1898-1899; later renamed the Overbrook School for the Blind.

Talmudical Yeshiva of Philadelphia, an all-male yeshiva founded in Overbrook Farms in 1953.

Overbrook Presbyterian Church, built in 1890.

Children riding the Overbrook trolley.

Overbrook Farms’ business district today; on 63rd Street near Overbrook Station, the vestige of what was once an extended, vibrant commercial street.

On Overbrook Avenue between N. 59th Street and Upland Way, east of the Regional Rail line.

In Overbrook Farms, Overbrook Avenue between Upland Way and City Line Avenue.