The covered platforms of the former depot offer nice examples of asymmetrical architecture, including the overhead light and beams.
Month: June 2020
During its heyday, Route 66 would at times be clogged with bumper-to-bumper traffic. It’s easy to understand why so many service stations line the road. What’s more difficult to imagine is that in 1937 a pedestrian tunnel was built in nearby Odell, Ill., to allow […]
Buckle up for my Route 66 mini-series! Over the next two weeks, I’ll post photos from a late-march trip along a portion of Historic Route 66. While this series runs, I’ll be working on the last series in this series: Industrial Heartland.
- Eaves, Chris (March 16, 2020). Standard Service [Photograph]. Odell, Ill. Shot on a Canon 6D at 16mm, 1/250 sec., f8 at ISO400