That station is typical of a number of stations on the Media-West Chester portion of that line. Though not all of them still exist, I believe that the Westtown Station does, and is, or was an art gallery. That line was a paradox. Between Philly and Media, it was, and is, very heavily used. Between Media & West Chester it was very lightly used, even in PRR days as early as the 1950's-- I remember, in 1967, riding one of the few through trains ( between Lansdowne and West Chester) which, at Lansdowne consisted of 10 to 14 MP 54 MU Cars, full of passengers. At Media, all but the first two cars were cut off, and the train proceeded to West Chester as a two car train, and there were not enough passengers to fill one car. ( MP 54's were rarely run as single units in revenue service). No wonder SEPTA cut the line at Elwyn.
Please Move to the Rear and Speed Your Ride
( Philadelphia Transportation Company)