2400-series Gallery 9

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An eastbound Green Line train of 2400-series cars waits for a northbound Purple Line express train bound for Evanston to cross the junction of Tower 18 on May 8, 2002. (Photo by Ernie Baudler)

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An eastbound Green Line train bound for the East 63rd branch approaches the "tic-tac-toe" crosshatch of tracks that makes up one the busiest railroad intersections in the country, Tower 18, on May 8, 2002. (Photo by Ernie Baudler)

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This close-up of the front end of 2577, as it sits at Howard prepared to go to Linden, gives a good view of the aesthetic details of the 2400-series cars designed by Sundberg-Ferar as well as subsequent changes, like the grafting of safety springs onto the edges of the end cap. (Photo by Robert Mencher)

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Car 2494 leads run 611, a 4-car Green Line train heading to Harlem/Lake, as it prepares to leave Ashland/63 terminal in March 2002. (Photo by Robert Mencher)

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Denoted by its reflective red and white striping, work motor 2415 is at the rear of a Green Line train at Ashland/63 terminal in March 2002. (Photo by Robert Mencher)

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A 2400-series train heading to Linden stops at Main, looking south on June 25, 2001. Note the sign on the front chains advertising service to Wrigley Field: on weekday game days, Purple Line Express trains stop at Addison -- a station otherwise skipped -- to serve Cubs fans heading to Wrigley Field. (Photo by Graham Garfield)

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Car 2509 leads a Green Line train as it nears Conservatory station on October 6, 2001. The elevated structure provides a fine vantage point from which to watch the leaves turn in surrounding Garfield Park during the autumn season. (Photo by Mike Farrell)

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A Green Line train at Library station?! It happened over Memorial Day weekend 2003, when Green Line trains from Harlem were short-turned on the Outer Loop due to the reconstruction of Harrison Curve. Here, car 2523 leads a Green Line train pulling into Library on May 26, 2003. (Photo by Graham Garfield)

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During the three days that Harrison Curve was closed for reconstruction, inbound Green Line trains on the Lake branch were short-turned on the Outer Loop and displayed "Loop" destination signs and markers on their way east, as seen on car 2495 stopped at Clinton on May 26, 2003. (Photo by Graham Garfield)

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A six-car Green Line train of work motor-capable 2400s -- identifiable by the reflective candy-stripped front panels -- pulls into Clark/Lake on its way to Harlem on July 2, 2003. Note the pigeon flying on the left: the modern Clark/Lake station, with its long, flat beams, is somewhat of a pigeon haven, to the annoyance of passengers and rail janitors alike. (Photo by Leon Kay)