A southbound rerouted Red line train runs on the original "Alley L" (1892) and passes the portal below of the State St. subway. The portal's fencing and the steel 'L' structure are all i... (more)
A southbound Pink line runs by on the new structure that replaced 1890 engineering, the original Douglas Park line.
This Pink line train heads south on the Loop "L" over Wabash Ave. The famous Chicago elevated railroad was opened in 1897 and featured steam locomotives along with electrically trains. By 1980, pl... (more)
Howard Yard is the biggest one.
A Green line train is southbound between 35th St. station and Indiana Ave. station. This is almost the end of the city's first elevated, the 4 1/2 mile Alley 'L' which opened in 1892 powered by st... (more)