Indiana (CTA station)
|Address||4003 South Indiana Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60653
|Platforms||2 Side platforms|
|Opened||August 15, 1892|
|Rebuilt||1907, 1988, 2000-2001|
|Owned by||Chicago Transit Authority|
|Passengers (2012)||295,783 4%|
Indiana is a station on the Chicago Transit Authority's 'L' system, located in Chicago, Illinois. The station serves the Green Line and the Grand Boulevard community area. It is situated at 4003 S Indiana Avenue, two blocks east of State Street. It opened on August 15, 1892. Before the two lines closed, Indiana was a transfer station from the Englewood-Jackson Park Line to the Stock Yards and Kenwood branches of the CTA. Indiana is one of two stations on the 'L' that is built on an S-curve, with Sheridan on the Red Line being the other.
- #39 Pershing
- "More for a Nickel". Chicago Daily Tribune. August 16, 1892. p. 1.
- Indiana Station Page at Chicago-L.Org
- Indiana L Station @ America on the Move (Smitsonian Institute)
- Indiana Avenue entrance from Google Maps Street View
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