List of former Chicago 'L' stations

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This is a list of former stations on the Chicago 'L'. This list includes stations that have been demolished, partially demolished, and stations that are abandoned, but are not open for passenger service.

The majority of these stations existed on now demolished 'L' lines.

Stations[edit]

Key for closed stations
Symbol Meaning
dagger Terminal station
18th on the South Side Main Line
58th
Racine on the Englewood branch
The Wells Street Terminal
California in the median of I-290
Laramie
Washington/State prior to closure
Station Branch Location Opened Closed Status
Congress Terminal dagger South Side Main Line The Loop June 6, 1892[1] August 1, 1949[a] [2][3] Demolished
Congress/Wabash South Side Main Line The Loop October 18, 1897 August 1, 1949[2][3] Demolished
18th South Side Main Line Near South Side June 6, 1892 August 1, 1949[2][3] Demolished
26th South Side Main Line Near South Side June 6, 1892 August 1, 1949[2][3] Demolished
29th South Side Main Line Douglas June 6, 1892 August 1, 1949[2][3] Demolished
31st South Side Main Line Douglas June 6, 1892 August 1, 1949[2][3] Demolished
33rd South Side Main Line Douglas June 6, 1892 August 1, 1949[2][3] Demolished
Pershing South Side Main Line Douglas June 6, 1892[1] August 1, 1949[2][3] Demolished
58th South Side Main Line Washington Park January 22, 1893 January 9, 1994[4] Demolished
61st Jackson Park Washington Park January 22, 1893 January 9, 1994[4] Demolished
University dagger Jackson Park Woodlawn April 23, 1893 January 9, 1994[4] Demolished
Dorchester Jackson Park Woodlawn April 23, 1893 January 13, 1973[5] Demolished
Jackson Park (Stony Island) dagger Jackson Park Woodlawn May 12, 1893 March 4, 1982 Demolished
Jackson Park dagger Jackson Park Columbian Exposition fairgrounds May 12, 1893 October 31, 1893 Demolished
State Englewood Washington Park November 3, 1905 September 2, 1973[6] Demolished
Wentworth Englewood Englewood December 10, 1905 February 9, 1992[7][8] Partially demolished
Princeton Englewood Englewood December 10, 1905 July 31, 1949[3] Demolished
Harvard Englewood Englewood November 3, 1906 February 9, 1992[7][8] Demolished
Parnell Englewood Englewood December 24, 1906[9] July 31, 1949[3] Demolished
Racine Englewood Englewood February 25, 1907 January 9, 1994[4] Closed
Loomis dagger Englewood Englewood July 13, 1907 1969 Demolished
65th Normal Park Englewood May 26, 1907 January 29, 1954[10] Demolished
Marquette Road Normal Park Englewood May 26, 1907 January 29, 1954[10] Demolished
69th dagger Normal Park Englewood May 26, 1907 January 29, 1954[10] Demolished
South Parkway Kenwood Kenwood September 20, 1907 December 1, 1957[11][12] Partially demolished
Vincennes Kenwood Kenwood September 20, 1907 December 1, 1957[11][12] Partially demolished
Cottage Grove/Drexel Kenwood Kenwood September 20, 1907 December 1, 1957[11][12] Demolished
Ellis/Lake Park Kenwood Kenwood September 20, 1907 December 1, 1957[11][12] Partially demolished
42nd Place dagger Kenwood Kenwood September 20, 1907 December 1, 1957[11][12] Demolished
Wallace Stock Yards New City April 8, 1908 May 3, 1952 Demolished
Halsted Stock Yards New City April 8, 1908 October 7, 1957[13] Demolished
Exchange Stock Yards Union Stock Yards April 8, 1908[14] October 7, 1957[13] Demolished
Racine Stock Yards Union Stock Yards April 8, 1908 October 7, 1957[13] Demolished
Swift Stock Yards Union Stock Yards April 8, 1908 October 7, 1957[13] Demolished
Packers Stock Yards Union Stock Yards April 8, 1908 October 7, 1957[13] Demolished
Armour Stock Yards Union Stock Yards April 8, 1908 October 7, 1957[13] Demolished
Market Terminal dagger Market The Loop November 6, 1893[15][16] April 4, 1948[17] Demolished
Randolph/Market Market The Loop November 1893 April 4, 1948[17] Demolished
Canal Lake Street The Loop November 6, 1893[15][16] October 16, 1909 Demolished
Halsted Lake Street Near West Side November 6, 1893[15][16] January 9, 1994[4] Demolished
Racine Lake Street Near West Side November 6, 1893[15][16] April 4, 1948[17] Demolished
Loomis Lake Street Near West Side November 6, 1893[15][16] April 4, 1954[18][19] Demolished
Wood Lake Street Near West Side November 6, 1893[15][16] November 1913 Demolished
Damen Lake Street Near West Side November 6, 1893[15][16] April 4, 1948[17] Demolished
Oakley Lake Street Near West Side circa 1893-94 April 4, 1948[17] Demolished
Campbell Lake Street Near West Side November 6, 1893[15][16] April 4, 1948[17] Demolished
Sacramento Lake Street East Garfield Park March 1894 April 4, 1948[17] Demolished
Homan Lake Street East Garfield Park November 6, 1893[15][16] January 9, 1994[4] Relocated
Hamlin Lake Street West Garfield Park January 1894 March 18, 1956 Demolished
Kostner Lake Street West Garfield Park March 1894 April 4, 1948[17] Demolished
Menard Lake Street Austin April 15, 1899[20] April 4, 1948[17] Demolished
Lombard Lake Street Oak Park January 25, 1901[21] April 4, 1948[17] Demolished
Marion Lake Street Oak Park January 25, 1901[21][22] October 28, 1962 Demolished
Forest Park dagger Lake Street Forest Park May 20, 1910 1962 Demolished
Lombard & Randolph Randolph Street Oak Park May 14, 1899 January 7, 1904 Demolished
East & Randolph Randolph Street Oak Park May 14, 1899 January 7, 1904 Demolished
Oak Park & Randolph Randolph Street Oak Park May 14, 1899 January 7, 1904 Demolished
Wisconsin & Randolph dagger Randolph Street Oak Park May 14, 1899 January 7, 1904 Demolished
Harlem Race Track dagger Cuyler Forest Park May 30, 1899 January 7, 1904 Demolished
Wells Street Terminal dagger Metropolitan Main Line The Loop October 3, 1904 December 9, 1951[b] Demolished
Franklin Terminal dagger Metropolitan Main Line The Loop May 13, 1895[23] 1897 Demolished
Franklin/Van Buren Metropolitan Main Line The Loop October 11, 1897 October 11, 1955 Demolished
Canal Metropolitan Main Line Near West Side May 6, 1895[24] June 22, 1958 Demolished
Halsted Metropolitan Main Line Near West Side May 6, 1895[24] 1958 Demolished
Racine Metropolitan Main Line Near West Side May 6, 1895[24] April 4, 1954[18][19] Demolished
Laflin Metropolitan Main Line Near West Side May 6, 1895[24] December 9, 1951 Demolished
Marshfield Metropolitan Main Line Near West Side May 6, 1895[24] April 4, 1954[18][19] Demolished
Madison Northwest Near West Side May 6, 1895[24] February 25, 1951 Demolished
Lake Street Transfer Northwest
Lake Street
Near West Side May 6, 1895[24] February 25, 1951 Demolished
Grand Northwest Near West Side May 6, 1895[24] February 25, 1951 Demolished
Chicago Northwest West Town May 6, 1895[24] February 25, 1951 Demolished
Division Northwest Wicker Park May 6, 1895[24] February 25, 1951 Demolished
Western Humboldt Park West Town July 29, 1895 May 4, 1952[25] Demolished
California Humboldt Park West Town July 29, 1895 May 4, 1952[25] Demolished
Humboldt Park Humboldt Park Humboldt Park November 11, 1902 May 4, 1952[25] Demolished
Kedzie Humboldt Park Humboldt Park July 29, 1895 May 4, 1952[25] Demolished
St. Louis Humboldt Park Humboldt Park July 29, 1895 May 4, 1952[25] Demolished
Lawndale dagger Humboldt Park Humboldt Park July 29, 1895[26] May 4, 1952[25] Demolished
Ogden Garfield Park Near West Side June 19, 1895[27] September 27, 1953[28] Demolished
Hoyne Garfield Park Near West Side June 19, 1895[27] September 27, 1953[28] Demolished
Western Garfield Park Near West Side June 19, 1895[27] September 27, 1953[28] Demolished
California Garfield Park East Garfield Park June 19, 1895[27] September 27, 1953[28] Demolished
Sacramento Garfield Park East Garfield Park June 19, 1895[27] June 10, 1952 Demolished
Kedzie Garfield Park East Garfield Park June 19, 1895[27] June 21, 1958 Demolished
St. Louis Garfield Park East Garfield Park June 19, 1895[27] June 21, 1958 Demolished
Garfield Park Garfield Park West Garfield Park June 19, 1895[27] September 20, 1953 Demolished
Pulaski Garfield Park West Garfield Park June 19, 1895[27] June 21, 1958 Demolished
Tripp Garfield Park West Garfield Park June 19, 1895[27] June 21, 1958 Demolished
Kilbourn Garfield Park West Garfield Park June 19, 1895[27] June 21, 1958 Demolished
Cicero Garfield Park Austin June 19, 1895[27] June 21, 1958 Demolished
Laramie dagger Garfield Park Austin August 25, 1902[29] June 21, 1958 Demolished
Central Garfield Park Austin March 11, 1905[c] October 11, 1960 Demolished
Austin Garfield Park Oak Park March 11, 1905[c] March 18 1960 Demolished
Lombard Garfield Park Oak Park March 11, 1905[c] September 20, 1953 Demolished
Ridgeland Garfield Park Oak Park September 6, 1957 March 20, 1960 Demolished
Gunderson Garfield Park Oak Park March 11, 1905[c] 1957 Demolished
Oak Park Garfield Park Oak Park March 11, 1905[c] March 19, 1960 Demolished
Home Garfield Park Oak Park March 11, 1905[c] September 20, 1953 Demolished
Harlem Garfield Park Forest Park March 11, 1905[c] March 19, 1960 Demolished
Hannah Garfield Park Forest Park March 11, 1905[c] September 14, 1952 Demolished
California Congress East Garfield Park June 22, 1958[30][31] September 2, 1973[6] Closed
Kostner Congress West Garfield Park August 5, 1962[32] September 2, 1973[6] Closed
Central Congress Austin October 10, 1960 September 2, 1973[6] Closed
Roosevelt Douglas Near West Side April 28, 1896[33] May 3, 1952 Demolished
14th Place Douglas Near West Side April 28, 1896[33] December 9, 1951[34] Demolished
Wood Douglas Lower West Side April 28, 1896[33] May 19, 1957 Demolished
Douglas Park Douglas South Lawndale June 16, 1902 May 3, 1952 Demolished
Homan Douglas North Lawndale March 10, 1902[35] December 9, 1951[34] Demolished
Drake Douglas North Lawndale March 10, 1902[35] December 9, 1951[34] Demolished
Lawndale Douglas North Lawndale March 10, 1902[35] December 9, 1951[34] Demolished
Kenton Douglas North Lawndale May 22, 1907 December 9, 1951[34] Demolished
50th Douglas Cicero August 16, 1910 1978 Relocated
Laramie Douglas Cicero August 16, 1910 August 16, 2003 Closed
Central Douglas Cicero August 1, 1912 February 3, 1952[36] Demolished
58th Douglas Cicero August 1, 1915 February 3, 1952[36] Demolished
Austin Douglas Cicero August 1, 1915 February 3, 1952[36] Demolished
Lombard Douglas Cicero August 1, 1915 February 3, 1952[36] Demolished
Ridgeland Douglas Berwyn March 16, 1924 February 3, 1952[36] Demolished
Oak Park dagger Douglas Berwyn March 16, 1924 February 3, 1952[36] Demolished
5th Westchester Maywood October 1, 1926[c] [37] December 9, 1951[b] Demolished
11th Westchester Maywood October 1, 1926[c] [37] December 9, 1951[b] Demolished
17th Westchester Maywood October 1, 1926[c] [37] December 9, 1951[b] Demolished
25th Westchester Bellwood October 1, 1926[c] [37] December 9, 1951[b] Demolished
Bellwood Westchester Bellwood October 1, 1926 December 9, 1951[34] Demolished
Harrison Westchester Bellwood October 1, 1926[37] December 9, 1951[34] Demolished
Roosevelt Westchester Westchester October 1, 1926[37] December 9, 1951[34] Demolished
Canterbury Westchester Westchester December 1, 1930 December 9, 1951[34] Demolished
22nd/Mannheim dagger Westchester Westchester December 1, 1930 December 9, 1951[34] Demolished
Fifth/Lake Loop The Loop September 22, 1895[38][39] December 17, 1899 Demolished
State/Van Buren Loop The Loop October 3, 1897[40] September 2, 1973[6] Demolished
Dearborn/Van Buren Loop The Loop October 3, 1897[40] 1949 Demolished
Madison/Wells Loop The Loop October 3, 1897[40] January 30, 1994 Demolished
Randolph/Wells Loop The Loop October 3, 1897[40] July 17, 1995 Partially demolished
Washington State Street Subway The Loop October 17, 1943[41] October 23, 2006[42] Closed
North Water Terminal dagger North Side Main Line Near North Side November 17, 1908[43] July 31, 1949[3] Demolished
Kinzie North Side Main Line Near North Side May 31, 1900[44] 1921 Demolished
Grand North Side Main Line Near North Side 1921 September 20, 1970[45] Demolished
Oak North Side Main Line Near North Side 1906 July 31, 1949[3] Demolished
Division North Side Main Line Old Town May 31, 1900[46] July 31, 1949[3] Demolished
Schiller North Side Main Line Old Town May 31, 1900[46] July 31, 1949[3] Demolished
Larrabee North Side Main Line Cabrini–Green June 6, 1900[47] July 31, 1949[3] Demolished
Halsted North Side Main Line Lincoln Park May 31, 1900[46] July 31, 1949[3] Demolished
Willow North Side Main Line Lincoln Park 1905 May 17, 1942[48] Demolished
Webster North Side Main Line Lincoln Park June 9, 1900[47] July 31, 1949[3] Demolished
Wrightwood North Side Main Line Lincoln Park May 31, 1900[46] July 31, 1949[3] Demolished
Clark North Side Main Line Lakeview June 9, 1900[47] July 31, 1949[3] Partially demolished
Grace North Side Main Line Wrigleyville June 7, 1900[47] July 31, 1949[3] Demolished
Buena North Side Main Line Buena Park May 31, 1900[46] July 31, 1949[3] Demolished
Ravenswood Ravenswood Ravenswood May 18, 1907[49] July 31, 1949[3] Demolished
Calvary Evanston Evanston May 16, 1908[d] [50] June 30, 1931 Demolished
Isabella Evanston Evanston April 1, 1912[51] July 16, 1973[51] Demolished
Ridge Niles Center Evanston March 28, 1925[52] March 27, 1948[53] Demolished
Asbury Niles Center Evanston March 28, 1925[54] March 27, 1948[53] Partially demolished
Dodge Niles Center Evanston March 28, 1925[55] March 27, 1948[53] Demolished
Crawford-East Prairie Niles Center Skokie March 28, 1925 March 27, 1948[53] Partially demolished
Kostner Niles Center Skokie March 28, 1925 March 27, 1948[53] Demolished
Main Niles Center Skokie March 28, 1925 March 27, 1948[53] Demolished

Reopened stations[edit]

Station Line Opened Closed Reopened
Roosevelt      Green Line
     Orange Line
June 6, 1892[1] July 31, 1949[a] [2][3] November 1, 1993
Grand      Blue Line February 25, 1951 February 9, 1992[7][8] June 25, 1999[56]
Paulina      Brown Line May 18, 1907[49] September 2, 1973[6] October 17, 1973
Ashland      Green Line
     Pink Line
November 6, 1893[15][16] April 4, 1948[17] February 25, 1951[57]
California      Green Line November 6, 1893[15] February 9, 1992[7][8] July 13, 1996
Dempster–Skokie dagger      Yellow Line March 28, 1925[58] March 27, 1948[a] April 20, 1964[59]
Sedgwick      Brown Line
     Purple Line
May 31, 1900 January 13, 1973[5] April 23, 1973
Oakton–Skokie      Yellow Line March 28, 1925 March 27, 1948[53] April 30, 2012
Morgan      Green Line
     Pink Line
November 6, 1893[15][16] April 4, 1948[17] May 18, 2012[60]
Harold Washington Library–State/Van Buren      Brown Line
     Orange Line
     Pink Line
     Purple Line
October 3, 1897 September 2, 1973[6] June 22, 1997
Cermak–McCormick Place      Green Line June 6, 1892 September 9, 1977 2014 [61]

Notes[edit]

  • a Station remained in service on the North Shore Line after the 'L' withdrew service.
  • b Station remained in service on the Chicago Aurora and Elgin after the 'L' withdrew service.
  • c Station opened on the Aurora Elgin and Chicago Railway prior to the start of 'L' service. March 11, 1905, is the day 'L' service began at this station.
  • d Station opened on the Milwaukee Road's Evanston branch prior to the start of 'L' service. May 16, 1908, is the day 'L' service began at this station.

References[edit]

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  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w "Close 24 Elevated Stations; Skip-Stop Will Start Monday". Chicago Daily Tribune. July 31, 1949. p. 1. 
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