There are no remnants of the Madison/Wabash station in the original location, but a large amount of the station was sold in pieces and preserved as art items.  The station was located at Madison Street and Wabash Avenue in the Chicago Loop.
Madison/Wabash closed on March 16, 2015, after Sunday service in the Loop ceased for the night. The entrances were boarded up by morning-time, and trains started bypassing the station when Monday morning service started. The station sat abandoned until demolition commenced in May 2015. During the weekend of May 23–24, 2015, the entire Inner Loop platform was completely removed. On June 6, 2015, the transfer bridge was completely removed. During the weekend of June 20–21, 2015, the entire Outer Loop platform was completely removed. From July to August 2015, the station house, the fare controls, and the mezzanine were removed. The Washington/Wabash station opened on August 31, 2017.