West Sadsbury Township is a semi-rural community located along the western boundary of beautiful Chester County. The township is bisected by Route 30 – the historic Lincoln Highway – as it wends its way westward to neighboring Lancaster County and beyond. Several of the highway’s original mile marker stones have been preserved and are visible along the township’s portion of the roadway. Commercial and industrial development within the township is concentrated along the major state highways (Routes 10, 30, 41, and 372) that service the township and provide easy access to nearby suburban shopping areas, as well as to major urban areas like Lancaster, Philadelphia, and Wilmington, Delaware. The main Keystone Line of the former Pennsylvania Railroad (now Amtrak) passes through the southern end of the township, and a passenger station in the neighboring Borough of Parkesburg provides convenient access to rail travel throughout the Amtrak network.
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