As a young child, Greg Wiseman had the world in his view.
Sitting on the lap of his grandfather – a train engineer – Wiseman was given an up-close look of life on the tracks.
Nearly 50 years later, walking down the aisle of the South Shore Line commuter train headed from Michigan City to Chicago, Wiseman knows every stop, every sway of the train and just about every face he sees.
Read the complete story at NWITimes.com.
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