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Subway posters are huge, limited edition posters printed by the record company to promote a new album or single at the time of release. They are typically seen on billboards, subways, and music store windows, etc.

All the posters in this gallery measure 60 x 40 inches, except the white "We2R1 LP" poster which measure 40 x 28 inches.

The "Who's That Girl?" picture below shows the scale of the poster against a 12" vinyl.

Love Is A Stranger - This poster is not an official Subway Poster. It is a home made poster that I created. It measures 60 x 40 inches, and included in this page just for fun.

Two different and rare original Sweet Dreams subway posters

This "Who's That Girl?" Subway poster shows the size against a 12" LP record.

This We Too Are One poster is not subway size. It measures 40 x 28 inches.

Above: "Waiting In Vain" double size subway poster. Parts I And II

2 Part Subway poster for Eurythmics "Peacetour" concert London 6 Dec 1999.

In 2012, Annie Lennox held an exhibition of her work at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. 

The exhibition was a retrospective of her work from The Tourists, Eurythmics, and her solo career.

The exhibit later moved to the Lowry Gallery in Salford, Manchester. This is a subway poster from the Lowry exhibition.

In 2005, Eurythmics released "Ultimate Collection". The promotion of this CD and DVD included 7 posters. One featuring the CD/DVD cover, and six other posters, each featuring an iconic Eurythmics song, with a lyric from that song printed on each poster.

Below are all 7 posters issued in subway size: