Sullivan Square Station Interior 01

WardMaps Collection

Regular price $14.95

Sullivan Square Station opened to the public on June 10, 1901. The station was served by streetcars at ground-level and both streetcars and rapid transit trains at a level, one story about the street. The second level was capped by a massive, arched train shed. This image shows a train of Boston Elevated Railway Company Elevated Type 1 rapid transit cars paused under the great shed. Behind the train, a streetcar has arrived at one of the ten streetcar track on the upper level.

Paper and Inks
We utilize Epson fine art paper and Epson Ultrachrome inks. Using this highly engineered combination of archival inks and acid-free paper, we create museum-quality, no-fade reproductions of the images from our collections. Fine art papers are heavy-weight, matte finish.

Layout of the Image
While we print reproductions onto paper of pre-determined sizes, the proportions of our photographs and other images vary. We reconcile this discrepancy by printing each image as large as possible onto the given piece of paper, while maintaining the original proportions of the source image. Given that the proportions of the image rarely match the proportions of the paper, there is always white space (the color of the white paper before printing) around each reproduction. This is to say: there is a portion of the paper or canvas with no printing on it, usually no more than an inch or two around all sides of each reproduction.

Packaging of Fine Art Prints
Prints sized at 13" x 19" or smaller are packaged in clear, plastic sleeves with rigid backer-boards, and ship flat. Prints over 13" x 19" are shipped rolled, in tubes.