Friday, September 23, 2011

Photo: Ground Level 'L'

This time last year we'd briefly stopped in Chicago, one of the last familiar places on the long road to British Columbia. I'd wanted to hop on the 'L' for old time's sake while I was there, but there wasn't enough time; the closest I came was on the Dan Ryan Expressway, when we passed by a presumably-northbound Red Line train stopped at 47th Station with eight of those good old 3200 series cars. I find it a bit odd that the nameplates are double-sided in this instance - I mean, is the average motorist really paying attention to that kind of information?

Also, pardon the dark blue at the top of the photo; it's an occupational hazard when you're taking pictures through a windshield.


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