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In 2005, DHL advertised their shipping services on several Red and Blue line cars. The panels on the left and right ends of the car sides were yellow with red lettering and white lettering inside red boxes. The center panel was a full-color image of delivery men in action. Car 2781 is featuring the ads with stopped at Howard on October 15, 2005. (Photo by Graham Garfield)

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The end panels of the DHL advertisements featured "L"-related puns. The left panel said, "WE HAVE A ONE TRACK MIND." while the right panels said, "OUR CUSTOMER SERVICE IS ELEVATED TOO." Car 2871 features the ads as it passes Diversey on its way to Howard on January 9, 2006. (Photo by Graham Garfield)

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A unit featuring DHL ads, trailed by car 2872, brings up the rear of a northbound Red Line train passing Diversey on January 9, 2006. The flagman on the right is protecting maintenance ironworkers working on flange renewal at Diversey station. (Photo by Graham Garfield)

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An 8-car Red Line train trailed by car 2754 is northbound passing 63rd Middle Track and through 59th Interlocking as it speeds along the Dan Ryan Expressway toward downtown and Howard terminal on September 13, 2002. Overhead is the Englewood branch of the Green Line. (Photo by Graham Garfield)

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Budd-built car 2937 is bringing up the rear of a northbound Red Line train stopping at 47th station on the Dan Ryan branch on September 17, 2002. The curvature of he station platform, evident in this view looking north, requires the use of CCTV monitors for proper berthing and sidedoor operation in the era of one-person train operation (OPTO). (Photo by Graham Garfield)

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The advertise his morning show's move to Chicago, radio station WCKG 105.9 FM bought full-body advertising wraps on the Red Line for Rover's Morning Glory. Cars 2900-2899 are at the head end of a northbound Red Line train passing Diversey on January 10, 2006. Rover's morning show left Chicago and returned to Cleveland less than a year later. (Photo by Graham Garfield)

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Just before 4am on Sunday, June 25, 2006, the very first Pink Line train to run in revenue service is preparing to leave 54/Cermak terminal for its inaugural trip downtown. Led by car 3003, wrapped in all pink for a ceremonial first trip for officials and invited guests the day before, the two-car train is typical of early morning and late night train lengths. (Photo by Robert Bresse-Rodenkirk)

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Car 2747 brings up the rear of a Red Line train at 47th station on the Dan Ryan Line, looking north on August 12, 2006. The train has "Not in Service" signs because a "linecut" is in place on this weekend, with trains running between 95th and 47th and between Cermak-Chinatown and Howard, with a bus shuttle bridging the gap, to allow renovation work at Sox-35th station. (Photo by Jamaal Thomas)

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A Red Line train led by car 2839 pulls into 47th/Ryan station on August 12, 2006. Already changed to show "Not in Service" signs, the train will unload when it pulls into the station and transfer its passengers o shuttle buses to get to Sox-35th station or to Cermak-Chinatown to continue north on the Red Line due to a "linecut" that has been put into effect that weekend for renovation work. (Photo by Jamaal Thomas)

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The interior of 2600-series car 2702, part of the consist of a northbound Red Line train near 87th in June 2007, is typical of the rehabbed 2600s. The faux-wood paneling and molded plastic wall panels are typical of the era in which the cars were built. (Photo by Jamaal Thomas)