Arriving Chicago Union Station

Chicago, IL

Most of Amtrak's Midwestern routes terminate at Chicago's Union Station, providing a nice view of Chicago's past and current infrastructure along the way.

Periodically, you might see a private rail car attached to the end of an Amtrak train.

The Tioga Pass was built in 1959 for the Mountain Region Vice President of the Canadian National railroad. After a winding journey through dereliction, it ended up as one of a group of vintage cars that can be chartered from L.A. Rail.

3301 Royal Street was a streamline bedroom-buffet-lounge observation car built by Pullman-Standard and delivered in the Spring of 1950. It is operated by American Rail Excursions.

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Entering Chicago
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Canal St. Bridge at West Cermack
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Canal St. Bridge
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Amtrak Locomotive Shop
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The South Loop
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Tracks leading into Union Station
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Arriving Chicago Union Station
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Tioga Pass
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Tioga Pass
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Royal Street
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Royal Street
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Royal Street
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Royal Street