March 13, 2015 Travis Dewitz

The Infrastructure that Feeds Chicago Union Station

The Infrastructure that Feeds Chicago Union Station -  Amtrak Under the Sears Tower

There is a lot of steel that is used to feed the flow of passenger trains into and out of Chicago’s Union Station which includes tracks, signals, switches, and bridges.

The Infrastructure that Feeds Chicago Union Station -  Union Station Powerhouse The Infrastructure that Feeds Chicago Union Station - Agents of Change The Infrastructure that Feeds Chicago Union Station - Amtrak Complex Switch and Track Layout The Infrastructure that Feeds Chicago Union Station - Amtrak Passenger Car and Train Yard The Infrastructure that Feeds Chicago Union Station - Amtrak Tower The Infrastructure that Feeds Chicago Union Station - Amtrak Train Charges Out of Station Under Red Signals The Infrastructure that Feeds Chicago Union Station - Amtrak Train Rushes Into Union Station The Infrastructure that Feeds Chicago Union Station - Empty Train Tracks to Union Station The Infrastructure that Feeds Chicago Union Station - Liftbridge Rises Above Chicago Townhouses The Infrastructure that Feeds Chicago Union Station - Looking Down on Amtrak Horn and GPS The Infrastructure that Feeds Chicago Union Station - Metra Powers Out of the Shadows The Infrastructure that Feeds Chicago Union Station - Rising Canal Street Lift Bridge The Infrastructure that Feeds Chicago Union Station - Signal Bridge Outside Union Station Under Sears Tower The Infrastructure that Feeds Chicago Union Station - Signals Switches Bridges and Tracks The Infrastructure that Feeds Chicago Union Station - Steel Cables Around Amtrak Yard The Infrastructure that Feeds Chicago Union Station - Suspended Road and Railroad Lift Bridge The Infrastructure that Feeds Chicago Union Station - The Structures that Surround Everyday Life

 


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About the Author
Travis Dewitz is a professional photographer located out of Eau Claire, Wisconsin. He has been published in many books and magazines including many in the railroad industry. He does a lot of photography work and environmental portraitures for many companies and heavy industries in and around Wisconsin. He has grown up with trains and railroads are one of his passions that he pursues. His railroad photography can be seen on his website The Railroad Collection.

 

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