An Evening in Hinsdale

The evening of May 6th earlier this year found me in Chicago waiting to start a photo assignment the next day. The rest of the crew was on a later flight so I decided to take an Uber from the hotel to the Hinsdale Metra Station to photograph the evening rush hour. The others would meet me there later for dinner after they landed and picked up our rental vehicle.

Hinsdale is 16.9 miles west of Union Station on the Metra BNSF line to Aurora. The track here was owned by the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy and the historically significant depot was constructed in 1899. Now enjoy 28 photos of some of the many trains I saw and photographed over a two hour period at this scenic and safe location.

If you are ever in the Hinsdale area I highly recommend spending some time here and dinner in the adjacent downtown area was great!

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  1. There are several great stations along the racetrack and never a loss for trains. For those who live there it is the same old stuff but those of us from flyover country find it exciting. F40’s and Winnebagos in different paint and one new Charger on a Midwest train good catch.

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