Clark (CTA station)
|CTA rapid transit|
|Location||Clark Street and Roscoe Avenue
|Owned by||Chicago Transit Authority|
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
|Opened||June 6, 1900|
|Closed||August 1, 1949|
Clark was a station on the Chicago Transit Authority's Howard Line, which is now part of the Red Line. The station was located at Clark Street and Roscoe Avenue in the Lakeview neighborhood of Chicago, at what is now the junction between the Red and Brown lines. Clark was situated north of Belmont and south of Addison. Clark opened on June 6, 1900, and closed on August 1, 1949, along with 23 other stations as part of a CTA service revision.
- "Boys Meddle with "L" Track". Chicago Daily Tribune. June 7, 1900. p. 12.
- Garfield, Graham. "Clark". Chicago-L.org. Retrieved August 18, 2009.
- "Begin Skip-Stop Runs Monday on North, South 'L'". Chicago Daily Tribune. July 29, 1949. p. A9.
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