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The Green Line is the modern combination of two of the oldest sections of the Chicago “L”. The South Side elevated opened in 1892 to serve the Columbian Exposition in 1893 and led to a building boom on the south side of Chicago. A number of branches were added to the line, to Englewood, Normal Park, Kenwood, and the Stock Yards. Today only the Englewood and Jackson Park branches remain while a number of stations have been closed due to low ridership.
The Lake St elevated was Chicago's second elevated line opening in 1893. When the State St Subway opened in 1947 it was originally used by the South Side trains to connect to the north side and when the Dan Ryan Branch opened in 1969 it was used by the Lake St Line. In 1993 the CTA reorganized routings and color coded the new Lake St-South Side Lines as the Green Line.
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