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West Chicago is located in DuPage County, IL, and has a population of just over 27,000 as of the 2010 census.
Formerly called Junction and then Turner after its founder, John B. Turner, who was the president of the Galena and Chicago Union Railroad.
This city was originally built near the first junction of this railroad’s lines that ran through Illions, but now hosts the Union Pacific West Metra service by way of the West Chicago station.
Starting in 1851, the community began growing. By 1857, Dr. Joseph McConnell and his wife mapped out an area north of the original town. This area was called Turner in honor of the railroad’s president. Over time, the two towns merged into one known as Turner Junction.
In 1873, the area had developed a character of its own, causing residents to incorporate the town as the Village of Turner. By 1888, the new Elgin, Joliet & Eastern railroad constructed a freight line through the town. This included offering free factory sites to industrial companies looking to establish themselves along the railroad. Renaming the village to West Chicago in 1896 was designed to help attract these businesses. Many area businessmen, including Charles Bolles, felt the new name promoted greater diversity and would attract factory owners to the area.
West Chicago is a city in DuPage County, Illinois, United States. The population was 27,086 at the 2010 census. It was formerly named Junction and later Turner, after its founder, John B. Turner, president of the Galena and Chicago Union Railroad (G&CU) in 1855. The city was initially established around the first junction of railroad lines in Illinois, and today is still served by the Union Pacific West Metra service via West Chicago station. == Geography == West Chicago is located at 41°53′18″N 88°12′35″W.According to the 2010 census, West Chicago has a total area of 15.141 square miles (39.22 km2), of which 14.8 square miles (38.33 km2) (or 97.75%) is land and 0.341 square miles (0.88 km2) (or 2.25%) is water. == History == Erastus Gary, of Pomfret, Connecticut homesteaded 760 acres (310 ha) on the banks of the DuPage River, just south of West Chicago's present day city limits in the 1830s. His son became "Judge" Elbert Henry Gary, the first CEO of America's first billion-dollar corporation, U.S. Steel, and for whom Gary, Indiana, is named. Gary also helped bring brothers Jesse and Warren Wheaton, founders of nearby Wheaton, Illinois, the DuPage County seat, from Connecticut to the Midwest. A pioneer cemetery on the old Gary Homestead, where a sawmill had been built by the Garys, just north of Gary's Mill Road, and north of its terminus at Illinois Route 59, was built over with apartment buildings in the 1960s. In 1849, the Galena and Chicago Union Railroad (predecessor of the C&NW) reached the site of present-day West Chicago, then continued northwest to Elgin.