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Photograph by Angie McMonigal, http://photography.nationalgeographic.com/photography/photo-of-the-day/train-chicago/?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=Social&utm_content=link_fb20130802photo-pod&utm_campaign=Content

Do you recognize this train? Share your “L” stories with us—photos, sketches, or stories. #railblazers

yukioatamishima:

Photograph by Angie McMonigal

http://photography.nationalgeographic.com/photography/photo-of-the-day/train-chicago/?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=Social&utm_content=link_fb20130802photo-pod&utm_campaign=Content

Do you recognize this train? Share your “L” stories with us—photos, sketches, or stories. #railblazers

Have you checked our our #railblazers challenge for the Summer Learning Challenge yet?  Here’s some information:
On any average weekday, over 700,000 people board the “L” trains in Chicago, but, unlike the first riders in 1892, we have social media to track our adventures!.  Explore your neighborhood “L” Line by visiting the stops or researching their history, then submit your photos, sketches, trivia, or funny stories about what you learned to our Tumblr, #railblazers! (please identify the L Line and stop in your submission).

Have you checked our our #railblazers challenge for the Summer Learning Challenge yet?  Here’s some information:

On any average weekday, over 700,000 people board the “L” trains in Chicago, but, unlike the first riders in 1892, we have social media to track our adventures!.  Explore your neighborhood “L” Line by visiting the stops or researching their history, then submit your photos, sketches, trivia, or funny stories about what you learned to our Tumblr, #railblazers! (please identify the L Line and stop in your submission).