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Metra Station Entry Sign : Stock Photo
An entry sign to Chicago's Van Buren Street Metra Station is enhanced with a poster reproduction honoring the 1933 World's Fair held in the city and bordered in a European-like wrought iron display.

Metra Station Entry Sign

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An entry sign to Chicago's Van Buren Street Metra Station is enhanced with a poster reproduction honoring the 1933 World's Fair held in the city and bordered in a European-like wrought iron display.
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158802045
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Photographer:
Bruce Leighty
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Stockbyte
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Metra Station Entry Sign Stock Photo 158802045Chicago - Illinois,Art,Retro Styled,Animal Representation,Celebration,City Life,Color Image,Creativity,Day,History,Illinois,No People,Nostalgia,Outdoors,Photography,The Past,USA,Vertical,Western Script,World's FairPhotographer Collection: Stockbyte Bruce LeightyAn entry sign to Chicago's Van Buren Street Metra Station is enhanced with a poster reproduction honoring the 1933 World's Fair held in the city and bordered in a European-like wrought iron display.