CTA - Bryn Mawr

Train Station
1119 W Bryn Mawr Ave (btwn N Broadway & N Winthrop Ave), Chicago, IL 60660, United States
Hours:
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  • Mon–Sun
    • 24 Hours
Credit Cards:
Yes (incl. Discover & Visa)

This station was rebuilt to a design by architect Charles P. Rawson when the tracks between Wilson and Howard were elevated onto an embankment in 1921—the name was changed to Bryn Mawr soon after

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  • Andrew W.

    An average platform. Decent size and not too congested

    Andrew White · January 5
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  • Ian E.

    Old, run down station. Looks and smells like it's in need of renovation.

    Ian Eichelberg · December 17, 2014
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  • Daniel K.

    For people unfamiliar with this el stop, you can only board from the south side of Bryn Mawr, but you can exit on either side.

    Daniel Kemper · August 8, 2013
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  • Tyler R.

    Rude attendants.

    Tyler Rose · March 24, 2012
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  • Angie O.

    Watch out for the platform! Its uneven & will make u trip getting off or fall getting on!

    Angie Osmanski · March 20, 2012
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  • Alex K.

    Maybe it's just me but swear the bryn mawr platform is 3 in higher than the rest. Watch your step on and off the train!

    Alex Keppel · December 31, 2011
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  • Chris S.

    Will they ever fix the walls by the escalator?

    Chris S · November 19, 2011
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  • Brad H.

    No news to run for the Peterson bus. It'll wait for exiting red line passengers.

    Brad H · July 27, 2011
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  • Rhett H.

    If you need to walk to Andersonville (west), catch a car at the back of the train. Bryn Mawr is super busy and the light at the corner is easier to manouver if you do this.

    Rhett Hirko · June 17, 2011
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  • Francois F.

    always seem to see my train go by and miss it. luckily 60% of the time you don't need to wait to long for another train!

    Francois F · November 10, 2010
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  • Dan K.

    Maybe the station doesn't smell like pee, but you bet your train probably will.

    Dan Kehoe · November 3, 2010
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