Reply to "Make the B&O railroad Museum a National Park"

colorado hirailer posted:

It was years ago, before snow roof collapse.  Did not inspire a return visit, which is my point.  But l am well aware of positive and negative changing neighborhood situations.  They had a flood there, too, which may have impacted the station?   Hope not.

The flood you are referring to was in Ellicott City, Md., 13 miles by train from the B&O Museum in Baltimore.   The Ellicott City railroad station, which was for many years part of the B&O Museum still stands, however, is no longer part of the B&O Museum.  I believe it was taken over by the local county government and still operates as a museum. 

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