Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Photo: Below the Tracks

Parts of the 'L,' Chicago's rapid transit system, have been in service for more than a hundred years--and it shows. When it comes to structures so old, rust and grit are unavoidable. These tracks at North Franklin and West Ontario may not win any awards for cleanliness... but they are, at least, still standing, and for now that's what's important, I suppose.

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