27th Street station

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27th Street
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Location 27th Street, East of Ellis Avenue
Douglas, Chicago, IL
Coordinates 41°50′46″N 87°36′51″W / 41.84602°N 87.61412°W / 41.84602; -87.61412Coordinates: 41°50′46″N 87°36′51″W / 41.84602°N 87.61412°W / 41.84602; -87.61412
Owned by Metra
Platforms 1 island platform
Tracks 4
Other information
Fare zone A
Preceding station   Metra   Following station
Metra Electric District

The 27th Street Station is a commuter rail station in the Douglas neighborhood of Chicago that serves the Metra Electric Line north to Millennium Station and south to University Park, Blue Island, and South Chicago.

The station was originally built by the Illinois Central Railroad (ICRR). It directly served Michael Reese Hospital until the hospital closed in 2008. In 1972 it was the site of Chicago's worst rail disaster, the Illinois Central commuter rail crash.


CTA buses

  • 3 King Drive
  • 21 Cermak

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