Washington/Wabash CTA Station - From The east side of the platform, north end, United States

Washington/Wabash CTA Station - From The east side of the platform, north end, United States
Washington/Wabash CTA Station - From The east side of the platform, north end, United States
Washington/Wabash CTA Station is located in the Chicago Loop, in the Financial District of Chicago, United States. It is a rapid transit station owned and operated by the Chicago Transit Authority. The station lies at the intersection of Washington and Wabash Streets, serving the Brown, Green, Orange and Purple Lines. It is one of the busiest stations on the CTA network, connecting commuters to some of the most iconic spots in the city. The station houses two grand staircases, an impressive mosaic ceiling and two amazing murals painted by Anni Varady. Other attractions close to the Washington/Wabash CTA Station include Cloud Gate or 'The Bean' sculpture in Millennium Park, the Magnificent Mile, Chicago Theater, Art Institute of Chicago, Navy Pier and Lake Michigan.