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Wacker Drive
This is the view today from the North side of the Chicago River looking South. This is where the Eastland was docked when it rolled portside into the Chicago River. The Clark Street bridge is on the left and the LaSalle Street bridge is on the right. The cars are driving along Wacker Drive.

Wacker Drive view
This is the view today from the South end and the West side of the Clark Street bridge (foreground) looking West. This is the location where the Eastland was docked when it rolled into the Chicago River. The LaSalle Street bridge is in the background.

Reid-Murdoch building
This is the view today from the South side of the Chicago River looking North at the Reid-Murdoch building. The Reid-Murdoch building was temporarily used as a morgue before the Second Regiment Armory building was setup as the morgue where all victims were taken. The LaSalle Street bridge is on the left and the Clark Street bridge is on the right.


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