On Track To The Past

Whether most people see them or not, railroads are still the lifeblood of Chicago’s economy.  But there once was a time when train lines were far more intertwined with daily life in the city than they are now. This old line runs along West Carroll Avenue — a street in River North many people don’t even know exists.  It carried newsprint to the old Chicago Sun-Times Building before trucks made the line...

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