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  1. 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
  2. Armitage
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; In the late 1940s Armitage became a station on the Ravenswood route (now the Brown Line). It was renovated as part of the Brown Line Capacity Expansion Project. Many historic elements, including the station house, were preserved. 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. Central-Evanston
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; Central-Evanston station was opened on May 16, 1908 and is a Beaux-Arts structure designed by noted transit architect Arthur Gerber. Learn More
  5. Chicago-Brown
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; There is a high density of art galleries and several schools in the vicinity of Chicao station, including the Moody Bible Institute. Learn More
  6. 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
  7. Davis
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; The current Davis station was reconstructed from 1992 to 1994, and is made out of brick and concrete with a spacious metal and glass train shed, but lacks the styling or decoration found in many other CTA stations, giving Davis a modern urban feel. Learn More
  8. Dempster
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; The current Dempster station has been in place since 1910. The station, after being one of the many stations proposed to be shut down during a 1991 CTA budget crisis but is now one of the stations on the CTA's Capital Improvement Plan. Learn More
  9. Diversey
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; Diversey was renovated as part of the Brown Line Capacity Expansion Project. The new station is located on the south side of Diversey Parkway, and the current location was preserved and restored. Learn More
  10. Foster
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; Opened on January 6, 1909 Foster station has a ridership of about 262,524. Learn More

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