Southeast Chicago Historical Museum ~ The History Room ~ Calumet Park Posted on May 28, 2019 Calumet Chicago chicago hotels dallas hotels historical History hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels museum Park private jet rental property room SOUTHEAST travel travel vlog vacation 21 thoughts on “Southeast Chicago Historical Museum ~ The History Room ~ Calumet Park” Awesome video, I would love to see this place . Very cool 👍👍👍Reply Love this! I can't wait to get my mavic pro 2 in the sky and film some shots of Denver (and Colorado). Thanks for sharing. 😀Reply Social diving and pickle ball lol😂😂😂Reply Hey Storm and Social. I was gone to unforseen circumstances. But I am back. What a great show to come back to. I go to the beach there frequently. Oh Wow! I know the coast guard station is there. I seen this building and knew it was there but, never went in. I been in this area for the better part of 50 years. I remember Bargain town toy store was off commercial avenue. It was two stories and a basement. It had creaky wood floors. Later on it became Toys r us chain but it was bargain town first. What history. Two thumbs up and a snap. See what you miss when you don't view the Storm. A day without the Storm is like a day without sunshine. Also Moose Cholak tavern was on 9916 S. Ewing . The building is still there. The Edison plant as you entered the park was on the right alongside the railroad tracks. You just follow the road all the way to the back. It's torn down now. We used to fish back there. Hey Gibby's Wife and lady D.Reply Love it! Did you guys forget to film the historic murals the gentleman told you to look at?Reply This may have been one of the best ones yet. It was almost like you were watching a documentary on channel 11 wttw. Saw some cool Us Steel stuff from the old South works. I work at Gary works but have meet a lot of guys that came to Gary after it was shut down. That is a place I'd like to go see for myself.Reply Storm, you hit a big home run with this video!! Btw that van is really cool!😎Reply Moose Cholak,, he wrestled at the Amphitheater back in the 60"s and early 70"s along with The Bruiser and The Crusher.Reply Chicago was a great place growing up in, The Back of The Yards, 7 blocks from the old Stockyards and Amphitheater. It used to be so safe, now you get shot for driving in those neighborhoods, great video guysReply Wow. What a great video. So much history. You are correct, I wish Gary would do something like that with some old building.Reply Gary had the same historic structures. Why are they all rotted and collapsing?Reply Amazing history!! Thank you.Reply WE ARE GOING THERE!!Great interview with the Manager, Storm. So much history.Yes, We need a History Museum like thisof Gary. So much here….I have to watch this again and again to soak it all up.Thank you again for this road trip, guys.(Such a Beautiful Building, too.)I'm glad to see Social in the video again!"Hey Joe!" 😁Reply Awesome! What a neat place!Reply Man…see😶 I should've went that dayReply Looks cool guys the views r coming upReply GREAT F-CK-NG VIDEOReply Thanks..Since we moved from the region.. to Florida.It's awesome that you are doing this.Thanks fellas.Godspeed.Reply Love Ur field trip. Love Ur channel.- U got the best channel going. Please keep it going. Watching From North Eastren KY. In the early 70s ,I use to work in Gary at a brick yard on Martin Luther King Dr.Reply Loved the history you showed. It was eye-opening to learn about the 'east side'. I will have to visit there in the futureReply Out Standing Show ! I will be visiting this place.. my road of travel to Chicago is US30 to Broadway to US12 to 41 into Chicago what a Great trip to work so much cool history in every town I go throughReply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.