Loyola Station à Chicago

Loyola Station

Loyola Station is a historic train station located in the Rogers Park neighborhood of Chicago. Built in 1912, it is one of the oldest surviving train stations in the city and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The station features a beautiful Beaux-Arts style facade with intricate details and a clock tower. Today, it serves as a stop on the CTA Red Line, providing easy access to other popular Chicago attractions. Visitors can admire the station's architecture and learn about its history while taking in the vibrant atmosphere of Rogers Park, a diverse and lively neighborhood with plenty of dining and shopping options.

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