DISCONTINUED COMMUTER RAILROADS

WEEKDAY TIMETABLES

Several smaller commuter operations once existed in the Chicago area, but were eventually discontinued. Many of these services were limited primarily to rush hours only.

New York Central - operated from La Salle Street Station to Elkhart, Indiana.

Chicago & Western Indiana - operated from Dearborn Station to Dolton, serving mostly local stops within Chicago's far south side.

Chicago & Eastern Illinois - operated from Dearborn Station to Crete and Momence.

Grand Trunk Western - operated from Dearborn Station to Harvey and Valparaiso, Indiana.

Chicago & North Western - several interesting outlying lines existed, until the Great Depression.

Santa Fe - operated from Dearborn Station to Joliet.

Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad - Baltimore & Ohio predecessor operated from Grand Central Station to Chicago Heights.

Chicago Great Western - operated from Grand Central Station to DeKalb.

Pennsylvania Railroad - operated from Union Station to East Chicago, Indiana.

Pennsylvania Railroad - earlier commuter service operated from Union Station to Crown Point, Indiana.

Burlington Route - local service operated over two branches north of Aurora.

Michigan Central - local service operated to Joliet, connecting with main line trains near Gary IN.