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Once a transportation hub, Greyhound station history forgotten

Chicago’s place as the Midwest’s largest city also makes it a major transportation hub. Trains, planes and automobiles traverse Chicago to get from one coast to the other. The current exhibit Terminal Town delves into this history as a commuter connector. Thursday, transportation experts and historians will discuss the 25th anniversary of the closing of the Greyhound station in Chicago’s Loop. DePaul University’s Joe Schweiterman is curating the exhibit and he gives us the history of the station. Photo Courtesy of Facebook

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