No, I don't have any old images of South Shore shelters or other structures but I found I did have a few of my recentish snapshots scanned into my computer. I may have other photos but these are all I've filed and scanned. To see the sharper images, click on these blurry thumbnails.
1988 - Young hipsters awaiting train. telephoto from south side of US 12 - There was just one shelter for many years. I don't recall when the South Shore added the 2nd one. I think it was one which had just been removed from another stop after that one had been closed.
1988 - Looking northeast through a telephoto lens, which is why the distance in compressed. But why does it look like there's also a track right in front of us? Hmm, I'll have to think on this one some more.
1998 - I never rode any of the Metra cars during their South Shore service but I did dash off this snapshot looking northwest across US 12 & Hillcrest Road. The stop is now east of Hillcrest (and is stretched out).
2011 - These 4 snapshots are of Pollywog Pond, on the south side of the west end of Shore Drive. After the two Ogden Dunes orange South Shore shelters were decommissioned by NICTD, one of them was repainted tan (with dark brown? trim) and placed on the shore of this pond (I think around the northeast corner?) Then it disappeared. I have never been able to get an answer to what happened to it (or even to find anyone on HSOD's board who realizes it is no longer there). It's been missing so long now that I rather doubt that it's simply being worked on. I should have some snapshots of the shelter itself at Pollywog Pond but I guess it'll be awhile before I'm organized enough to put my hands on that. But, as you weren't thinking in terms of featuring images of South Shore stop buildings moved & reused, I guess that doesn't matter to this project anyway.
2011 - These 4 snapshots are of the South Shore's equipment shed I mentioned that was naturally grey. Some Ogden Dunes women wished to make it prettier so they repainted it as a dwarf "depot" and the Garden Club beautified the ground around it. You'll note that NICTD's sign for the parking lot entrance is no more accurately labeled however, as this stop is not, and never has been, a "station". I know I took several pix of this beautification project after it was first done but, as you aren't gonna feature them in your book, I just caught several more this morning for your amusement. In the 1st shot, the old Wickliffe power substation also shows, across US 12. How old is that? I don't know. Does that or did that serve the South Shore or is that a substation for NIPSCO's electricity to the town itself? I don't know. (In particular I've never understood why the building was built across US 12.) Would you be interested in that boxy brick substation even if it does serve the South Shore? I don't know I'll be able to scrounge up an older image of it (I don't recall seeing one but Tom Tittle is an electrical engineer who is also a local history buff so he'd probably know.) but a new one showing the building a lot clearer than this certainly could be captured.
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Updated 25 September, 2011.
Posted for Cynthia O'Gorek's amusement.