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Red Carpet Inn North Chicago
- An industrial city in northeastern Illinois, on Lake Michigan, south of Waukegan; pop. 34,978
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red carpet inn north chicago - North Shore
North Shore Chicago: Houses of the Lakefront Suburbs, 1890-1940 (Suburban Domestic Architecture Series)
Illustrated with over 350 duotone photographs and floor plans, many published here for the first time, North Shore Chicago recounts the stories of Chicago s great industrial and merchant families including the Armours, Donnelleys, and McCormics and their creative interaction with both the region s leading architects David Adler, Daniel Burnham, Howard Van Doren Shaw, and Frank Lloyd Wright and their national counterparts Delano & Aldrich, Harrie Lindeberg, and Charles Platt. Their collaboration produced some of the finest examples of American residential architecture
Portrait from a North Chicago Bar
When I visited Chicago I was driving around shooting neon signs in North Chicago. I needed to off load some photos from my cards to my computer so I stopped off at this bar called Dino's West in North Chicago. There were three patrons in the bar watching a Cubs game. I had a few drinks with them and got to know them a bit. The other two wouldn't let me take their photo but this guy did. We had a good conversation about my neon sign project. He told me that he always wanted to write a book titled "Neon in the Wilderness." The guys were really into the game. They'd yell at the TV and the players and coaches. They were pretty loaded too. But they were having fun. The bartender seemed to know the three guys really well. The drunkest guy there gave me a lot of shit for being from Oakland, but they were all nice enough guys. I'm glad I was able to get this portrait out of the experience. It was one of the more interesting experiences I had in Chicago.
This North Chicago, Illinois inn is convenient for families visiting the Great Lakes Naval Base
This AAA approved inn offers a good night's sleep, a complimentary continental breakfast and FREE WiFi. bi-level suites and rooms with whirlpools are also available. Seasonal outdoor pool, on premise guest laundry and restaurant and lounge next door. Call 1-800-251-1962 to make your reservation today.
red carpet inn north chicago
Three midwestern railroads introduced luxury passenger service in 1935, competing for Chicago–Twin Cities business and leisure travelers. Chicago and North Western’s modern, sleek, and fast rail line began with a conventional steam-powered train dubbed the “400” and named after its ambitious schedule: “400 miles in 400 minutes.” In 1939, it evolved into an even faster diesel-powered streamlined train, eventually expanding into a fleet of streamliners that served Wisconsin, Minnesota, and upper Michigan.
The 400 Story captures the excitement of this era, tracing the rise and fall of the premier passenger system that made “Twin Cities 400” a household term in the upper Midwest.
Jim Scribbins had a lifetime career at Milwaukee Road and is the author of The Hiawatha Story (Minnesota, 2006) and four other books about upper midwestern railroads. He lives in West Bend, Wisconsin.