This was taken during the 1967 snow at the corner of Erie and Fairbanks when I was Staff Photographer at CBS2. (Credit: Thanks Donald Smetzer) Send Us Your Photos At firstname.lastname@example.org
— Over the decades, we have seen many brutal winter storms, but none matches the Blizzard of 1967, which all began 50 years ago this week.
A total of 23 inches of snow came down between 5 a.m. Jan. 26 until 10 a.m. on Jan 27. It still ranks as the worst snowstorm ever in Chicago.
About 800 CTA buses and 50,000 cars were abandoned on city streets and expressways!
Read more about the ’67 blizzard, and see photos of it, at CBS Chicago!