Greetings from Philly! This short blog is from the public transportation system of the City of Brotherly Love.
Philly does not have very robust metro system but it still plays important role in daily commute of more than half a million people.
In Philadelphia, the subway is called sometimes the EL because outside the city center it runs above the ground.
During this trip I took the ride on the EL only once but few years before, I was “enjoying it” everyday on my way to work!
Other blogs from the City of Brotherly Love (click the link to visit): battleship USS New Jersey, metro system in Philadelphia, South Street at night, SS United States in danger, a short trip to old South Philadelphia, building with many doors, others.
Little crowded but it is fun to experience the public transit in the City of Brotherly Love!
Typical Metro stuff!
Metro car departs 5th Street Station
15th Street Station – our train arrives!
Underground walkway in Center City of Philly!
Here both lines intersect: Orange and Blue!
Direction to the Juniper Street!
Walkway under the City Hall!
Entrance to the Broad Street Metro Line!
5th Street Station
and we found the entrance!
Broad Street Line
SEPTA – public transportation authority!
Exit to City Hall!
Long walkway in the Center City!
Entrance close to the City Hall!