"Three Commuter Rail Lines From Grayslake area" Grayslake Transportation Tip by deecat
Grayslake Transportation: 1 reviews and 5 photos
People who live in Grayslake proper or the immediate area are quite fortunate because there are three different commuter trains that go from Grayslake to Chicago.
There is a Lake Street Station that is served by Metra's Milwaukee District North line. This line runs between Chicago and Fox Lake. There is a station that is located on Lake Street (south of Route 120). You are able to park on a first-come, first-serve basis for $1.50 per day.
The second train available is The Washington Street Station where Metra's North Central line runs between Chicago and Antioch. This particular station is located on Washington Street west of Lake Street. Parking is also available here on a first-come, first-serve basis for $1.50 per day. This is the newest station (2006) and makes it convenient for the people in the many sub-divisions outside the village proper.
The third train is available on the North Central line that is served by the Libertyville/Prairie Crossing Station which is located on Harris Road and Route 137. Their parking fee is also $1.50 per day.
I made it a point to drive to Washington Street to see the newest train depot. Four of the photographs are from this station.
I took one photograph as a train was whizzing by on the tracks next to Lake Street as I was taking pictures of Central High School.
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