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Hood Statue - Pedestal165 viewsJohn Mifflin Hood was president of the Western Maryland Railroad during the time of it's greatest growth. He shepherded the investments of the City of Baltimore to expand the railroad into Pennsylvania, and ultimately sold the railroad to the Gould Interests which led to the consolidation of the west end and construction of lines toward Pittsburgh. He is honored with a statue in St Paul Place in the Queen City of the Patapsco Drainage Basin.
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Owings Mills Station West Elevation125 viewsA composit of three photos. My late friend John Craft helps display the door detail. Photo taken 1986. The structure is gone, and CSX has let the area around it grow over.
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Owings Mills Station - South Elevation102 viewsJanuary 1986
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Owings Mills Station East Elevation109 viewsJanuary 1986
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Owings Mills Station North Elevation132 viewsJan. 1986
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Hood Statue138 viewsJohn Mifflin Hood was president of the Western Maryland Railroad during the time of it's greatest growth. He shepherded the investments of the City of Baltimore to expand the railroad. He is honored with a statue in St Paul Place in the Queen City of the Patapsco Drainage Basin. It's located in front of the Commercial Credit Building, which housed the WM's home offices during the 1960's up to the end of it's independence in 1973.
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695 Bridge 1992307 viewsFirst and only time I've seen a train on this bridge across the Beltway.
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Steel Bridge at I-695171 viewsThis is the second bridge at this location, constructed to accommodate the widening of the Beltway, and the new ramps to the Northwest Expressway.
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Port Covington Warehouse A246 viewsThis building has since been rehabilitated for use by AT&T's trans-Atlantic cable ships. I shot it in 1986 or 7 right before the work began. You can see the warehouse next to it has already been partially dismantled for a similar project.
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Port Covington Warehouse A120 viewsClose up of the bold advertisement on the cornice. The WM wasn't afraid to let everyone know who owned what around the Port of Baltimore.
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Last Days of Hillen Terminal111 views
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Last Days of Hillen Terminal97 views
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Last Days of Hillen Terminal100 views
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Last Days of Hillen Terminal91 views
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Last Days of Hillen Terminal94 viewsA was able to shoot these images back in the early 90's as the old Hillen Terminal warehouse complex was being dismantled to make way for a parking lot. Sigh.
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Hillen Warehouse131 viewsPhoto from Google Maps.
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