Transportation in and around Maryland

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[Chesapeake Bay bridges]


(In Virginia)

[Library of Congress logo]
in Maryland's Transportation History
From the Library of Congress

The Great Train From Clayton To Easton [train]

[Route 40 road sign]

The National ​Road
begun in Cumberland in 1806, was the nation's chief route west for many years.

[Route 50 sign]
Starts in OCEAN CITY MD & goes to Sacramento CA - 3073 miles

[Francis Scott Key Bridge]
Francis Scott Key Bridge

[Fort McHenry Tunnel] 

[Baltimore Harbor Tunnel]
Baltimore Harbor Tunnel

Thanks to MDOT for use of the photograph

Canal in Winter 2003
Chesapeake & Ohio Canal
a national historical park — a pathway into history, nature and recreation (Montgomery County)

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum - where the stories of the Bay and its people come alive! (Talbot County)

Calvert Marine Museum
 Calvert Marine Museum - where the stories of the Bay and its people come alive! (Calvert County)


Chesapeake & Ohio Canal
Celebrates 150 Years

[Canton Railroad logo]  

[B  & O Railroad logo]

[Western Maryland Railway logo] 

Western M​aryland Railway

Thunder Mountain - A train ride that covers a 1,300 foot change in elevation—glimpses of scenery hidden for decades—300 years of history tied together by a ribbon of steel (Allegany County) Goddard Space Flight Center - has mission responsibility for Earth Science, Space Science, and Technology (Prince George's County)

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