‘L’ Car No. 1 by Chicago History Museum on Flickr.
Via Flickr: ‘L’ Car No. 1, Chicago and South Side Rapid Transit Railroad Company, 1892 Manufactured by Jackson & Sharp Company, Wilmington, Delaware ‘L’ Car No. 1, built in 1892, is the last remaining car from Chicago’s first fleet of elevated rail cars. Originally pulled by a steam locomotive, the car transported passengers from the Loop to the fairgrounds in Jackson Park. Car No. 1 continued to operate until the 1930s. > Rapid Transit in Chicago Chicago History Museumwww.chicagohistory.org

‘L’ Car No. 1 by Chicago History Museum on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
‘L’ Car No. 1, Chicago and South Side Rapid Transit Railroad Company, 1892
Manufactured by Jackson & Sharp Company, Wilmington, Delaware

‘L’ Car No. 1, built in 1892, is the last remaining car from Chicago’s first fleet of elevated rail cars. Originally pulled by a steam locomotive, the car transported passengers from the Loop to the fairgrounds in Jackson Park. Car No. 1 continued to operate until the 1930s.

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