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  1. Adams-Wabash
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; Adams-Wabash station is the closet CTA station to Symphony Center, home of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and the Art Institute of Chicago. Learn More
  2. Adams-Wabash (Outer)
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; This is the closet CTA station to Symphony Center, home of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and the Art Institute of Chicago. Learn More
  3. Belmont
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; Belmont was opened on May 31, 1900 as part of the Northwestern Elevated Railroad. It serves a traffic of about 4,209,947 passengers. Learn More
  4. Clark-Lake
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; Clark-Lake station was rebuilt on March 23, 1992 and has a ridership of about 5,373,478. Learn More
  5. Fullerton
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; Fullerton Station was opened in 1900. In the 1920s, the station's platforms were lengthened to serve eight-car trains, but due to surrounding buildings the platforms were lengthened in different directions. Learn More
  6. Howard
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; Howard station is the northern terminus of the Red Line and the southeastern terminus of the Yellow Line; it also serves the Purple Line, for which it is the southern terminus outside of weekday rush hours. Learn More
  7. LaSalle-Van Buren
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; LaSalle-Van Buren station was seen in the 1986 film Running Scared with Gregory Hines and Billy Crystal. It was also a location in one of the final scenes of the 1987 film Planes, Trains and Automobiles with Steve Martin and John Candy. Learn More
  8. Library
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; Library station was originally known as State/Van Buren when it first opened in 1897. The station was closed on September 2, 1973, along with six other stations, due to low ridership. Learn More
  9. Madison-Wabash
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; Madison/Wabash is an 'L' station serving the CTA's Brown, Green, Orange, Pink, and Purple Lines. From 1919 to 1963 it also served interurban trains of the North Shore Line. Learn More
  10. Randolph-Wabash
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; Randolph/Wabash opened in 1896 and was initially only used by trains on the Lake Street Elevated Railroad (now the western section of the Green Line). Learn More

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