Wrightwood station (CTA)
|CTA rapid transit|
Location of the demolished station
|Location||Wrightwood Street, Lincoln Avenue, and Sheffield Avenue
|Owned by||Chicago Transit Authority|
|Line(s)||North Side Main Line|
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
|Tracks||4 tracks (2 express)|
|Opened||May 31, 1900|
|Closed||August 1, 1949|
Wrightwood was a station on the Chicago Transit Authority's North Side Main Line, which is now part of the Brown Line. The station was located at Wrightwood Street, Lincoln Avenue, and Sheffield Avenue in the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago. Wrightwood was situated south of Diversey and north of Fullerton. Wrightwood opened on May 31, 1900, and closed on August 1, 1949, along with 22 other stations as part of a CTA service revision.
- Garfield, Graham. "Wrightwood". Chicago-L.org. Retrieved October 7, 2009.
- "Begin Skip-Stop Runs Monday on North, South 'L'". Chicago Daily Tribune. July 29, 1949. p. A9.
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