Flying train

Posted: February 21, 2022 in squares
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If you’re in downtown Chicago, you might catch a view of what appears to be a flying train. The L (or El) stands for “elevated” because much of the system operates on elevated tracks, making it possible to have a view of a train appearing to fly by. Here it also seems to be attached to the side of the building. How odd.

SquareOdds 2.21.22

Comments
  1. peggy says:

    Yes, I have been to Chicago and seen the L train. It looks like a flying train.

  2. When I first saw the title I frowned, then smiled when I saw your picture. Well done, Janet – and have a good week.

  3. happyface313 says:

    🙂 Great snapshot, dear Janet!
    Have a very HAPPY week!
    Claudia xo 🙂

  4. The building behind it looks interesting and beautiful too.

  5. annbh356 says:

    Chicago – one of my favorite cities. Thanks for the pix.

  6. scr4pl80 says:

    That is pretty neat. They elevated the train that runs by our house too so now we see it over the rooftops of the houses across the street. It is really cool to see the night trains go by.

  7. de Wets Wild says:

    Many other cities went “underground” for their metro rail networks, interesting that Chicago looked skyward!

  8. Resa says:

    Oh ‘ell! It’s stuck to the building!
    Fun shot, Janet!

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