Dearborn St Station
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Dearborn St Station information
Once the Chicago terminal of the Santa Fe Railroad, the 1885 Dearborn St Station used to be the premier station for trains to and from California. Today it merely sees the trains of parent-propelled strollers from the Dearborn Park neighborhood, built on the site of the tracks to the south.