Train Stations that go to Wrigley Field?

Question by jen_mom2maddy: Train Stations that go to Wrigley Field?
Were planning on going to a game on June 16th, Sox vs. Cubs & we;d like to take a bus or train. Where can we catch a train in a good place thats not loaded with traffic. Im not driving around Wrigley or catch a bus. Were in Crown Point Indiana, just a few minutes from Merrillville.

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Answer by nas88caror 300 congrats 14
you would have to get on the red line
you would more than likely would hav e to drive to the south side and catch the Metra(electric) that starts in University Park and has stops in Richton Park(Sauk Trail) Matteson(US 30)
and get of at the l;ast stop walk a few blocks west to state St. and take the Red line and Wrigley would be the Addison stop
http://Metra.com
http://Cta.com

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2 people kicking ball to each other on a field, would this help for football skills?

Question by : 2 people kicking ball to each other on a field, would this help for football skills?
Trying to improve.

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Answer by Hannah
It could help with your passing yes and you could try doing moving passes where one person runs to the side and then you pass and move, receive the ball and pass again etc. Also you could try scoring, dribbling, practising interception where someone tries to take the ball off you and other skills like that 🙂

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How does an electric toy train work….electro magnetic field? when the power source is to the rails?

Question by : How does an electric toy train work….electro magnetic field? when the power source is to the rails?

the train does not have a motor, it has to be either the circuitry ….would anyone have a description? or it would have to be magnetized wheels similar to the slot cars, in which case how would the speed be controlled?

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Answer by Lewis J
No. The train completes a simple circuit when it is on the tracks

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