Eight car train heading south adjacent to the 18th Street yard.
Experimental paint scheme to provide a more modern look to the 1926 car fleet. It was not used.
An eight-car southbound train shown during the later part of the 1926 era equipments' career. Based on the white marker lights, the train is apparently running extra. Despite the overcast skies, this is obviously summer time.
Between Harvey and Hazel Crest, the electric trains had a pretty good stretch to build up speed. Here is a southbound train adjacent to Park Avenue.
A six-car northbound train near Harvey. This is probably a rush hour morning run during the summer months based on the partially open motorman's door and passenger windows.
Motor car 1149 appears to be leading a Blue Island bound train during one of the typical cold Chicago months.
A southbound four-car train is utilizing temporary trackage during bridge reconstruction at Riverdale, Illinois.
View of Randolph Street station shortly after relocation into the basement of the Prudential Building. There is already plenty of trash thrown out of the open windows from the trains.
87th Street Station on South Chicago Branch
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