The Broadway Limited ran on the Pennsylvania Railroad from New York to Chicago. It was an all private room Luxury Streamliner. . A deluxe train in its time. The Broadway ran the same basic route mapped out by the old Pennsylnia Railroad, which began the service June 15, 1902, as an all-first-class, all-Pullman train. Inaugurated as the Pennsylvania Special, it became the Broadway Limited in 1912, taking its name not from New York's theater district but from the railroad's wide right-of-way of four and even six track main line or broadway. The last Broadway Limited was run by Amtrak on 9/9/1995.
Broadway LTD Drumhead Logo This is an example of a PRR Keystone Type “Drumhead Logo” used on famous trains such as the Pennsylvania Railroad Broadway Limited.