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[2012] The War Came by Train (Baltimore, MD)

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The War Came By Train is the B&O Railroad Museum’s commemoration of 150th anniversary the American Civil War and will feature:

The National Landmark Roundhouse: The largest assemblage of Civil War railroad equipment in the world including eight locomotives and cars that served during the war, interpretive signage, video presentations, and life-size historic dioramas. Locomotives to be presented include The William Mason (1858), The Thatcher Perkins (1863), The Atlantic (1832), The Memnon (1848), The John Hancock (1835), and the Pioneer (1851).

901 West Pratt St., Baltimore, MD 21223

http://www.borail.org/Civil-War.aspx
 

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Cool One!....I had not heard about this, thanks for posting it!....I am interested, just curious.....anything on the Baltimore riots and the troops that passed through Baltimore, on their way to defend the Capital, after the Bull Run defeat in '61?

I have a great interest in that point in the saga.....
 
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