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  • Cloud Income Properties Inc.

    Chicago South Shore Train: First Light Photo. There is a trolley museum in my area called the Fox River Trolley Museum. They've converted old train cars into electric trolley cars and offer weekend rides. This is an image from an old relic on the property, unused of course. http://cloudincomeproperties.com/pin

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  • Alex Qualman

    I used to work in this yard

  • Randy Brooks

    Where in Chicago is it?

  • Alex Qualman

    Sits on the edge of bensenville and franklin park

  • dukenylon

    I s this the Belt Yard? Right by Sheraton 4 Points Hotel.

  • Alex Qualman

    No this is cp bensenvill yard. It sitts literally on the south edg of O'Hair airport. Flights land and take off at the north edge of the yard

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I tried to track the history of this pin, but there were too many heinous obstacles. I'm pinning it here so that I can follow-up later. It's a lovely pic. Let me know if you find more information!

  • Debbie Lopez

    I believe this is the L line in Chicago. Googled Chicago old trains, found same photo on that site.

  • Kay Bee

    Thanks, Debbie :) When I first started with Pinterest I was (am) a bit hyper-sensitive about attribution. It's almost impossible to control on this site. But at least we have a clue thanks to you. I'll check it out! Again, thank you.

  • Debbie Lopez

    Your welcome, : )

Dining car. Not many travel by train in the U.S. these days and that is too bad. I have fond memories of taking a train with my mother and brother to Washington D.C. several times when I was young.

... nothing like the luxury of an old train: velvet, wood, mouldings, paintings, carved detail, lamps, carpet, porcelain, crystal...