Wells Street Terminal

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Wells Street Terminal (Chicago) - History
... The Fifth Avenue Terminal (as it was originally known) was built by the Metropolitan West Side Elevated Railroad in 1904 to establish a terminal for rush ... the Metropolitan ran some of its rush hour services to Wells Street Terminal instead of circling the Loop ... Similar terminals were used by the other elevated railroad operators of Chicago, but the Metropolitan's Wells Street Terminal had the advantage of being directly ...

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