A township in Pennsylvania bordering Philadelphia. Located in Delaware County ("Delco"). It is sometimes called "the gateway of Delco" because it has two main roads in and out of the city (West Chester Pike/Market street and Marshall Road)and because the 69th street terminal provides transportation to and from the city and Montgomery County. It is home of the Tower theater, Sellers library (old "Hoodland estate), and friendly people. The Township has five fire companies and a hard working police department as well as a hospital (Delaware County Memorial). Main roads include the West Chester Pike, Lansdowne ave, 69th street, State road, Township Line (US route 1),Burmont ave, Garrett road, and long lane. The township formally separated from Darby in 1786.
I am proud to live in the fine township of Upper Darby!!!
town full of whores, cheap hookers, drugs, beer, assholes, dickfaces
Man wanna go to the ghetto?
Sure, Upper Darby is a dangerous ghetto
The biggest dump other then the city of Philly that has gone down hill due to assholes, hookers, low lives, bumbs, drugies and the dealers not to mention one of the world's biggest asshole mayors.
Wanna go to Upper Darby and grab a few hookers?
I went to Upper Darby and saved a whole bunch of money by switching my dealers.
Lets go to Upper Darby and go Bumb Hunting!
I learned today that the Upper Darby mayor is a jackass!
Upper Darby and Philly are crazy ass jungels!