LaSalle Street Station in Chicago

LaSalle Street Station

LaSalle Street Station is a major commuter railroad terminal in Chicago. The station was originally built in 1852 and has undergone several renovations since then, with the current structure dating back to 1903. It is an important transportation hub, serving as a terminal for several commuter rail lines including Metra, Amtrak, and South Shore Line. The station features an impressive Beaux-Arts style architecture, with a grand entrance and a spacious waiting area. LaSalle Street Station is not only a transportation hub but also a historic landmark in Chicago, attracting visitors who are interested in architecture and transportation history.

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