2400-series Gallery 2

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Car 2442 is inside the Skokie Shops in May of 1998. (Photo by Eric Zabelny )

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Car 2496 leads train of 2400-series cars approaching State/Lake on the Loop in January 2000. The cars are destined for Harlem/Lake, having come from Ashland/63. (Photo by Eric Zabelny )

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2400-series car 2430 leads a train at Harlem/Lake on the Green Line in February of 1999. (Photo by Eric Zabelny )

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2400-series work-capable motor car 2420 leads a six-car Green Line train bound for Oak Park on April 3, 1998 as the consist approaches the Adams/Wabash station. (Photo by Sean Gash)

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Car 2513 waits at the rear of a Red Line train loading passengers at Howard for the trip south to the Loop and 95th Street on February 19, 2000. (Photo by Jack S. and Chris L.)

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Car 2402 brings up the rear of a Ravenswood "A" train waiting to depart from Kimball terminal on May 26, 1978, only four years after the new station opened. The shop and lay-up track platform on the left are still just temporary. (Photo by Ed McKernen, Collection of Joe Testagrose)

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Still undergoing testing at Boeing-Vertol, 2403-2404 (complete with detachable pantograph) are on the test track at their Philadelphia, PA factory on July 30, 1976. (Photo by Gerald H. Landau, Collection of Joe Testagrose)

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Car 2403 leads a two-car northbound Ravenswood All-Stop at Francisco on August 14, 1978. The motorman is wearing the gray CTA uniform of the 1970s. (Photo by Doug Grotjahn, Collection of Joe Testagrose)

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Caught in a bird's eye view from the adjacent 61st Street Shops, a four-car train of the first four 2400s lead by 2404 stops at 61st Street on the Jackson Park branch as part of its 600-hour revenue service test on October 31, 1976. Not actually assigned to the North-South Route, it still bears its "Spirit of Chicago" destination signs. (Collection of Joe Testagrose)