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Published by Press of American bank note co.] in [New York .
Written in English


  • Architecture, Domestic.,
  • Maryland -- Description and travel.

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LC ClassificationsF186 .W52
The Physical Object
Pagination41 pp.
Number of Pages41
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17860754M
LC Control Number01024510

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Track plan at a glanceName: Western Maryland Blackwater SubdivisionScale: HO ()Size: 5'-3" x 9'-3"Prototype: Western Maryland Thomas SubdivisionEra: summer Style: walkaroundMainline run: 25 feetMinimum radius: 18"Minimum turnout: no. 4Maximum grade: 3 percentOriginally appeared in the July issue of Model on the link to download a PDF of this track plan. Maryland’s Eastern Shore. The Eastern Shore was the birthing ground of several famous and lesser-known Underground Railroad leaders, such as Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglass, and Henry Highland us successful escapes originated from the rural Eastern Shore, often using waterways to travel, and yet some freedom seekers were met with the tragedy of capture and return to slavery. Jennings Brothers Railroad. Owned by the Jennings Brothers Lumber Company this logging railroad operated in Garrett County and began operations in During the height of operations the standard-gauge railroad operated 30 miles of track and owned four locomotives; a Class B Climax, three-truck Shay, and two s. Operations lasted until Western Maryland If you’re ever daydreamed about a happy place with a sparkling blue lake, mountain views and delicious ice cream—you might have been dreaming about Western Maryland. Make the dream come true with a trip out West.

The Western Maryland Railway is the latest addition to Arcadia Publishing’s Images of America series. Author Tony Puzzilla is an avid railroad historian whose special interest is the Western Maryland and who is an active member of the National Railway Historical Society, the Western Maryland Historical Society, and the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore, to name but three of s: Western Maryland Scenic Railroad has been providing excursions of all kinds for over 30 years in the heart of Mountain Maryland. We are a (c) 3 not for profit organization that has a focus on heritage railroading through restoration, education, and experience. CUMBERLAND, Md. — The Emery Rail Heritage Trust and the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad are pleased to announce the trust has issued a special mid-year grant of $50, to help complete No. as part of the “Steam the Last Baldwin” fundraising campaign. The next chapter in the history of the Maryland and Pennsylvania Railroad continues to be written. Much of the information above has been obtained from the excellent documentation found in George Hilton's book, The Ma & Pa - A History of the Maryland and Pennsylvania Railroad. This book, now printed in soft cover, is available from the Society.