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Union Stockyard Gate

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850 W. Exchange Ave., Chicago IL 60609

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A lonely symbol of the vanished stockyards, the 1879 Stone Gate is the work of Burnham & Root, who did other projects for the stockyards’ owners. This tripartite gate marked the entrance to the animal pens and is flanked by pedestrian arches. Above the central arch is a relief of Sherman, the steer that won the American Fat Stock show in 1878.

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