Train map and schedules in Chicago

When in Chicago you’re going to use the L at some stage. This is the elevated (and underground) train system that services downtown Chicago and it’s suburbs. This map is a good starting point if you want to know about the different lines and the Loop.
For reference, I’m living near “Irving Park” – follow the Brown Line from downtown and Irving Park is 3/4 of the way up.

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[…] The last time I was in Chicago I took the L for nostalgic reasons and because it’s not a half-bad way for a tourist to see the town. The stations of the Loop are all elevated above street level and some afford a good view down the main streets of downtown Chicago! Maps and schedules are posted in each station, on the trains and online too making it very easy to find your way around. […]

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