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  1. 18th
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; In 1993 the original station was demolished and rebuilt. On June 25, 2006, the 18th station, along with all other stations on the 54/Cermak branch of the Blue Line, became part of the Pink Line. Learn More
  2. 18th Pink
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; 18th station opened on April 28, 1896 and has a ridership of about 554,439 passengers. Learn More
  3. 35-Bronzeville
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; Currently, 35- Bronzeville station serves the historic neighborhood of Bronzeville as well as the Illinois Institute of Technology. Learn More
  4. 35th-Archer
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; 35th-Archer station opened on October 31, 1993 and has a ridership of about 853,195. Learn More
  5. 43rd
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; The 43rd station opened on August 15, 1892. It has a ridership of about 320,600. Learn More
  6. 47th-Green
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; 47th station opened on August 15, 1892. It holds a ridership of about 417,670. Learn More
  7. 51st
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; The original 51st station was designed by Myron H. Church and was a brick building with some elements of the Queen Anne style. Learn More
  8. 54-Cermak
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; Opened August 1, 1912, 54-Cermak station is the western terminus along the Pink Line. Learn More
  9. 54-Cermak Pink
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; 54th-Cermak is a station on the Chicago Transit Authority's 'L' system, serving the Pink Line, and is the western terminus of this line. It is at Cermak Road between 54th and Laramie Avenues. Learn More
  10. 95th-Dan Ryan
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; The 95th/Dan Ryan station is currently the southern terminus of the Chicago Transit Authority's Red Line. The station had the fourth most riders in the system in 2009. Learn More

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