The early tracks of the Red Line were laid down in 1900. The Red Line is the major north/south line in the city and is also the most popular carrying 250,000 passengers each day Monday through Friday. Today the Red Line runs 23 miles between 95th Street/Dan Ryan to the south, to the Howard stop, the northernmost station of the line. The Red Line has 33 stations providing Chicagoans and visitors with access to historic Chicago. The line runs 24/7, 365 day per year.
February 5, 2017
The tunnel that connects the Blue Line to the Red Line “El.” I’ve never walked through this passageway when it didn’t smell like urine. That does not stop musicians from playing this public venue. The acoustics make one of more sought after public performance spots in Chicago. I like this photo better than the second one even though it’s out of focus.