When was Wells Street Terminal - Chicago - created?
Wells Street Terminal - Chicago - was created in 1904.
I don't have an answer for this one, but I have a source you can check: Streetwise Chicago: A History of Chicago Street Names by Don Hayner. I believe it is out of print, but it should be available in libraries. Wells Street was most likely named in honor of Captain William Wells, the hero of the Fort Dearborn Massacre. Wells was raised by Indians and later became the lead scout for General "Mad" Anthony…
There are 13 major bridges in Chicago. They are the Michigan Avenue Bridge, the Wells Street Bridge, Clark Street Bridge, Kinzie Street railroad bridge, Wabash Avenue Bridge, La Salle Street Bridge, Link Bridge, Franklin Street Bridge, Cortland Street Drawbridge, North Avenue Bridge, St Charles Air Line Bridge, Cherry Avenue Bridge and the Canal Street railroad bridge.