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Western Avenue (2400 West) is the longest street in the world. It runs from Howard Street (7600 North) at the border with Evanston all the way down to 119th Street, where it runs into the suburb of Blue Island. Almost 200 blocks of driving fun stretching well over 20 miles! Oops, caught another red light!

Tour guide Michael Corcoran views the rear of the Museum of Science and Industry. Designed by Charles Atwood, the building was originally built 1891-93 as the Palace of Fine Arts for the 1893 Chicago World's Fair.

After the Fair, the building housed the Field Museum of Natural History into the 1920s. The structure, originally built of plaster, was reconstructed in stone (an exact copy) for the Museum of Science and Industry. Designated a Chicago Landmark in 1995.

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Michael Corcoran, CTG
mpcorc@aol.com

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Kate Corcoran
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