Even the CA&E did not want to retain service west of Wheaton. Faced with the prospect of a five-year construction project to build the Congress expressway,davidsadowski
Is there any feeling as to how many passengers would be retained? And my guess there would have been no service west of Wheaton. ... From: "David Sadowskicrystalvalley1945
Thanks... I did mention CA&E since there was a CTA plan in 1956 to operate a shuttle service between Forest Park and Wheaton using PCCs fitted with third raildavidsadowski
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