Morse Avenue Station

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Morse Avenue Station

1358 W. Morse Avenue

Chicago, IL 60626

The same Prairie School elements that Charles A. Rawson integrated into his other 1921 North Side-elevated line stations are evident in its design, although Morse Avenue is larger and incorporates more brick into its exterior that the others.

CTA Morse Station

Wikipedia: Morse (CTA)

Chicago "L".org Stations - Morse

Refurbished Morse Avenue Station Opens August 2012

The refurbished Morse "L" station opened for business to rave reviews over the second weekend of August 2012.

Photos

RPWRHS photo C036-002 shows Morse Avenue "L" Station, 1358 W. Morse Avenue, looking northeast. Photo 1974.

RPWRHS photo L009-0162 shows the interior of the Morse Avenue Station, 1358 W. Morse Avenue, on May 28, 1987.

RPWRHS photo L009-0504 shows Morse "L" platform photographed in shadow, September 1986.

RPWRHS photo L026-0201 shows drawing of Morse Avenue "L" Station, 1358 W. Morse Avenue, August 1985. Artist was Phil Luckerman.

RPWRHS photo S013-0272 shows the Morse Avenue Station as viewed from the West in July 1989.

RPWRHS photo S013-0273 shows the Morse Avenue Station as viewed from the East in July 1989.

RPWRHS photo S013-0703 shows a news stand in Morse Avenue Station, 1358 W. Morse Avenue, April 1987.

RPWRHS photo S013-2225 Looking west from west platform of CTA Morse Avenue Station, 1358 W. Morse Avenue, Tuesday, January 11, 1994.

RPWRHS photo S013-2226 Looking west from west platform of CTA Morse Avenue Station, 1358 W. Morse Avenue, at roofs of stores Glenwood Avenue, Tuesday, January 11, 1994.

RPWRHS photo S013-2227 Looking Northeast along Glenwood Avenue from east platform of CTA Morse Avenue Station, 1358 W. Morse Avenue, Friday, February 18, 1994.