Subway Posters

SEPTA Broad St Line Subway Poster


The Broad Street subway line was opened in 1928 from Olney Ave to City Hall with subsequent extensions south to Walnut-Locust, Lombard-South, Sunder Ave, Pattison Ave (now AT&T) and finally Fern Rock over the next years and decades. Broad St was envisioned as part of a larger subway network and was to be a trunk line for multiple suburban branches, none of which have been built (the most famous is the still proposed Roosevelt Boulevard Subway). The line was built with 4 tracks, two local and two express, and junctions were built for the future branches, the only one built being the Ridge Ave Spur which has been converted for use by PATCO trains. Broad St runs four different services: local, express, Ridge Ave, and special event trains for games at the AT&T sports complex.

The SEPTA Broad St Line poster shows the line with local and express stations along with statistics and a mini map showing the line as part of the overall SEPTA network.

Printed on Satin finish 80# cover stock – 220 GSM. Made in the USA! Standard production time is 5 days. Allow more time for shipping.


Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 3 x 3 x 24 in

18"x24", 24"x36"

Production TIme

5 Days, 3 Days, 2 Days, 1 Day