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What is the little train line you see by Truman College from the Red Line in Chicago?

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2005-12-17 22:08:55
2005-12-17 22:08:55

It was the North Shore Line until 1963, But now it's a feeder for the Purple line to bypass the Wilson line to Belmont, Fullerton & The Ravenswood.

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