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Bus lines to Pullman National Monument in Chicago

Line NameDirection
4Northbound - Illinois Center
111ANorthbound - Stony Island
115Northbound - 95th Red Line

Questions & Answers

  • What are the closest stations to Pullman National Monument?

    The closest stations to Pullman National Monument are:

    • Cottage Grove & 112th Street (South) is 259 yards away, 4 min walk.
    • 111th St. (Pullman) is 417 yards away, 6 min walk.
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  • Which Bus lines stop near Pullman National Monument?

    These Bus lines stop near Pullman National Monument: 115, 4.

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  • Which Train lines stop near Pullman National Monument?

    These Train lines stop near Pullman National Monument: ME.

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Public Transportation to Pullman National Monument in Chicago

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Pullman National Monument, Chicago
Pullman National Monument, Chicago Pullman National Monument, also known as The Pullman District and Pullman Historic District, is located in Chicago and was the first model, planned industrial community in the United States. The district had its origins in the manufacturing plans and organization of the Pullman Company, and became one of the most famous company towns in the United States, as well as the scene of the violent 1894 Pullman strike. It was built for George Pullman as a place to produce the famous Pullman sleeping cars.Originally built beyond the Chicago city limits, it is now in what is the Pullman community area of Chicago, the district includes the Pullman factory and also the Hotel Florence, named after George Pullman's daughter. Also within the district is the A. Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum, named for the prominent labor and civil rights leader A. Philip Randolph, which recognizes and explores African American labor history. Parts of the site, in recent decades have been owned by the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency prior to gifting them to the federal government. Additional grounds remain owned by the state, as The Pullman State Historic Site. The Pullman District, including the national monument, state historic site, and private homes is east of Cottage Grove Avenue, from East 103rd St. to East 115th St. It was named a Chicago Landmark district on October 16, 1972. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on October 8, 1969 and declared a National Historic Landmark on December 30, 1970.Preservationists had hoped to extend the district to include Schlitz Row, but the taverns located there have been demolished. The district was named a National Monument on February 19, 2015, making it a component of the National Park System. In celebration of the 2018 Illinois Bicentennial, Pullman was selected as one of the Illinois 200 Great Places by the American Institute of Architects Illinois component (AIA Illinois) and was recognized by USA Today Travel magazine, as one of AIA Illinois' selections for Illinois 25 Must See Places.
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