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Train spotting: A look at pop culture's favorite mode of transportation

Here in Chicago, trains are just about as un-sexy as it gets. We ride them to work every day, through rush hours, terrible weather, foul odors and all kinds of awkward encounters, and we can’t be blamed for having a little bit of train fatigue. But the creative world has been writing trains into...
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