|Skylight, Art Institute of Chicago, February 1|
|Oak Street Beach, February 4|
|Wabash Avenue Skyline, February 6|
|North Dearborn Street, February 15|
|The Art Institute of Chicago, February 17|
|Cleaners, Granville Avenue, February 17|
|Devon Avenue, February 17|
|North LaSalle Street, February 18|
|South Loop, February 19|
|Alley, South Loop, February 19|
|Board of Trade, AT&T Buildings, February 19|
|Mural, South Wabash Avenue, February 19|
|Wabash Avenue, February 19|
|Belmont Avenue CTA Red Line Station, February 22|
|CTA Howard Street Station, February 23|
|Fullerton Avenue Storefront, February 26|
|Washington Street, February 26|
It was a spot I used to bring my son when he was a child and in love with trains. There, tracks from two major commuter railroad lines and a CTA elevated line traversed the spot at the fork of the river where the city's first development occurred.
Most of those tracks are covered up now, no doubt a great relief to the residents of the new apartment buildings that have one of the best views of Chicago. But for me and perhaps my 16 year old son, something very special is gone for good. Such is the life of a big city.
594 posts later, and one more series of photographs of Chicago. Who knows what will have changed eight years from now. Hopefully your loyal blogger will still be around this space and you and I can find out together.
Thanks to all my readers, loyal and otherwise, for your generous support and comments.