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The Chicago Ogilvie Transportation Center is a working transportation terminus that blends traditional and modern styles. The complex is used by three Union Pacific Metra routes, and over 40,000 commuters pass through th... More »

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The Ogilvie Transportation Center was built in 1911 and was originally known as the Chicago and North Western Terminal. The rail station was renovated in 1984 and again in 1991. The station received the name Ogilvie Tran... More »

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Ogilvie Transportation Center is located in Chicago, Illinois at 504 W. Madison. The center occupies the lower floors of the Citigroup Center in downtown Chicago, just west of the Chicago River. Connections to several bu... More »

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The Ogilvie Transportation Center was built in 1911 and was originally known as the Chicago and North Western Terminal. The rail station was renovated in 1984 and again in 1991. The station received the name Ogilvie Tran... More »

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Crobar Chicago closed for business on April 17, 2010 after 19 years in operation. It later reopened in June, 2011 under the name Fifteen43 in an effort to rebrand the Crobar image. More »

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The Magnificent Mile, Oak Street and River North are some good places to shop in Chicago. Each shopping area has stores, shops and malls offering a wide variety of merchandise, including designer apparel, jewelry, art, h... More »

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