Chicago Surface Lines

The Chicago Surface Lines (CSL) was operator of the street railway system of Chicago, Illinois, from the years 1913 to 1947. The firm is a predecessor of today's publicly owned operator, the Chicago Transit Authority.

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Chicago Surface Lines - Remnants
... The primary remnants of the CSL system are the 77th Street Vincennes car barns, the Ardmore temporary bus garage, and buildings that were electricity substations or cable-car powerhouses ... Burnside car barn at 93rd Drexel is still basically intact ...

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