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Amtrak Chicago Union Station

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|Transportation Services|Chicago, IL 60606

225 S Canal St, Chicago, IL 60606

(800) 872-7245

https://chicagounionstation.com/

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Sharon R. on Citysearch

8 years ago

09/06/2012, 02:28 AM
I love riding Amtrak because they are always perfectly cool in the summer, and warm in the winter. The conductors are a joy, and some are even comedic. they are also very clean!!! they are also 'right on time'! thanks Amtrak!!
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12 years ago

01/31/2008, 00:13 AM
This rehabbed station is the busiest in Chicago and serves both suburban commuters (Metra) and interstate travelers (Amtrak). – In Short Serves 50,000 Metra commuters every day. Union Station also connects Chicago to more than 500 North American destinations, through Amtrak. Construction began in 1916 and was completed nine years later. The concourse building was torn down in 1969 and replaced by the office tower that stands there now. The Great Hall was spared, simply because developers had no immediate plans for the land.
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