As small as it is, Millbourne has its own SEPTA elevated train stop. It is on the Market Street-Frankford line which is blue on the map and is the next to last stop on the left. Currently this line is undergoing a big renovation. The whole boro is without walking distance of the El Station.
One of my favorite things to do with my grandmother was to walk down to the Millbourne El station.
My mom went to first grade in North Carolina where her mother was from, and didn't transfer to the Pennsylvania school system until later. The children teased her about her southern accent, so she lost it. She would walk to school with the children from the orphanage that was across the way from her house.
I have a whole box of black and white photos (labeled Kodak) which she and her parents apparently took.
Fondest memory: On one side of Millbourne is Cobb's Creek. On the creek is an historic mill dam and a bridge said to be eligible for placement on national historic registries. Once when we were little our parents left us with our grandmother for a few days, she took us to walk down along Cobb's Creek. But she wasn't an active person and when we got back Grandmummy had to have a massage because she was so stiff and sore.