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Pullman: The Journey Continues

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The Pullman Clock Tower and Administration Building in Chicago, in 2012. (Heather Charles / Chicago Tribune)

For the first time, Chicago has an area supervised by the National Park Service.  For 135 years it’s been known as Pullman, located on the city’s Far South Side.  Work is now underway to enhance the site and WGN’s Dave Schwan examines its history in “Pullman: The Journey Continues.”

Produced by Dave Schwan with Brandon Campbell and Violeta Podrumedic.

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