Telford flows over from Bucks into Montgomery county. It was originally occupied by the Lenape tribe.  The Mennonites arrived in the early 1700's and was known as County Line. It was then changed to Telford.The  engineer Thomas Telford whose name was connected to the Pennsylvania Railroad who named the station after him. It incorporated in 1886. About 10 years later, West Telford combined with Telford to become one. Pennsylvania Routes 563 and 309 both pass near Telford. Main Street runs along the border separating Bucks and Montgomery Counties.

SEPTA bus route 132 starts in Telford and ends in Montgomeryville.

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