Darby Transportation Center

In conjunction with SEPTA's reconstruction of the Darby Transportation Center, this series of six signs was designed in 2009 to be installed in Buttonwood Park, adjoining the center. The transportation center provided a unique opportunity to tell the story of Darby's history, including its rich transit history. Within sight of the center and park is the 1904 Warren Pony-Truss Bridge, a former trolley bridge that is set to be converted for pedestrian use. The subjects of the signs included histories of Darby, transportation in the town, and the 1904 bridge. They were researched and written by Darby historians John and Jan Haigis. (Designed with the Delaware County Planning Department)


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