Here are a few photos (not the greatest - so sorry) of streets the old Dunning spur rail line crossed from about Roscoe to Irving Park Road. I'm going to take a walk through the cemetery this weekend and see if I can find any more clues. Even in these photos it is difficult to see the grade change in the landscape but if anyone wants to do a walking tour of the area one day, I'd be happy to show everyone around. One thing I just noticed while walking around photographing in the neighborhood was the very long lots on the east side of Natoma between Roscoe and Addison. I always knew about the short streets of Schorsch homes between School Street and Roscoe but the long lots are another clue that those old tracks caused an anomaly in the street plan.
/]Clues of Old Dunning Spur Rail Bed between ~ Roscoe and Irving Park Road[/url]