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When Chicago's Union Station Railroad: AmtrakLocomotive: DepotLocation: Chicago, Illinois, USALocomotive #: UnknownTrain ID: UnknownPhoto Date: April 11, 2015
Chicago's Union Station
The spacious lobby of Chicago's Union Station as seen from the balcony. You wouldn't guess by looking, but this is the third busiest rail terminal in the United S... (more)
Work began on this station in 1913 followed by its opening twelve years later on May 16, 1925. It was built by the Chicago Union Station Company which was formed ... (more)
Looking good as usual, the Iowa Pacific E8s spend National Train Day in Chicago Union Station.
Amtrak 90368 spends its National Train Day quietly in the South Concourse of Chicago's Union Station.
Back-to-back E7s #531 and #535 guide the 'South Wind' through the complex trackage at Chicago's Union Station on July 24, 1964. The every-other-day Chicago to Florida 'South Wind' drew power ... (more)
We've pulled through CUS from the south side to the north and backed the Empire Builder into one of the stub tracks on the old Milwaukee Road side of CUS. I'll go and get all the paper work and co... (more)
An icon of American railroading sits on the north end of a regional passenger service under Chicago Union Station.
Amtrak P32 #519 shuffles Superliner coaches around the local shops outside of Chicago Union. In the background are the Metra shops.
Amtrak P32 #519 shuffles Superliner coaches around the local shops outside of Chicago Union.
The Sunday run of the Nebraska Zephyr departs CUS. Making good time, this train will hit Galesburg in just under three hours.
Minutes after arrival at Union Station from her first day of excursion duty. It was interesting to see the number of passengers detraining from Amtrak trains stop by for a cell phone picture of t... (more)
The Illinois Railway Museum's Sunday edition of the Nebraska Zephyr to Quincy departs Union Station.
Burlington Northern E9s line up with commuter trains at Chicago Union Station in October 1983, waiting patiently for the workers of the Windy City to board for a trip home to the western suburbs.