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..Baltimore's Mt Royal Station
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.Baltimore's Mount Royal Station - 1900 & 1930's & today
Kilduff's Train Station page is not intended as a history of the old train stations in town, simply as a look through several old postcards and pictures to  see what Baltimore has to offer. Comments, as always, are welcome.
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Mount Royal Station

The Mount Royal Station has to be the most photographed train station in Baltimore. Postcards can be found of the old rail station for nearly any year.  
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The five postcards seen below  are only a sample of the views taken of the old station over the years. No longer used as a train station, the building is now used as part of the Maryland Institute of Art campus.


..Mt Royal Station Baltimore


..Mount Royal Train Station

..Mt Royal Station


.Mount Royal Station Baltimore

..Baltimore's Mount Royal station .

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Union Station
    Before Pennsylvania Station, Baltimore's main line train station was an older structure known as Union Station. Union Station was torn down and the current Penn Station was constructed at the same site, and for a while the newer train station went under the name of Union Station, later being changed to the current name. According to reports back in the day, the old station made it difficult to get to the trains, as you had to walk over the tracks to get to the boarding platform.

.Union
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..Baltimore's Union Station 1900's


..Baltimore's Union Station 1900's
.Baltimore's Union Station 1900
Baltimore's Union Station 1900's

..Baltimore's Union Station

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Pennsylvania  ( Penn )  Station ( Opened as Union Station )
1525 North Charles Street
Built in 1911
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.Baltimore's New Union Station


Baltimore's New Union Station

.Baltimore New Union station
train station

..Baltimore's Penn Station
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President Street Station
  Baltimore's oldest passenger station. What you see below is all that survives of the old station, which for years sat vacant. The station opened as a passenger station but in later years handled freight only. Apparently , some of the old station burned down in the 1980's . 
    The President Street Station had sheds that extended East and was later used as a freight station. The area around the station is prime commerical property today, but efforts were made to save the remaining section of the train station. Many years back, train sheds extended from the rear of the building.

..Baltimore's President Street STation 2007
President Station - Circa 2008
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President Street Station Baltimore
..President Station Baltimore.
President Station Circa 1930


Camden Station
Howard and Camden Streets
1855 / 1867

..Baltmore's camden Station



.Baltimore's Camden Station



..Baltimore's Camden Station

..Baltimore's Camden Station Warehouse
Camden Station Baltimore early days

Calvert Street Station


Looking off the Orleans Street Viaduct ( below ) , this " aerial " view of the Calvert Street Station shows a view that has completely changed today. The Standard Oil building is stands today ( converted into Condos ) and of course the Washington Monument is still there, but much of the view, including the smaller houses on Calvert Street have long been replaced. The pictures below shows the same view , but with the photographer on the ground this time. Before the Calvert Street Station, the site was reportedly a " Roman style " Amphitheatre.

.Baltimore's Calvert Street Station

.Baltimore's Calvert Street Station

.Baltimore's Calvert Street Station

Baltimore's Calvert Street Station

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.The end of the line for the Calvert Street Station, torn down for the Calvert Street Sunpapers building .

Hillen Street Station

Picture to the below is NOT the old Hillen Street Station. It is close to the area where the old train station once stood and might have been part of the complex or a warehouse used in relation to the train station. The Hillen Street train Station was torn down years ago and so far, I haven't been able to find a picture to post.

.Baltimore warehouse

Oak Street Station
Howard And North Avenue
( Maryland and Pennsylvania Railroad ) ( AKA Ma&Pa Railroad )
Razed for the Howard Street Bridge
Kilduff's has been working to locate and photo any surviving MA&Pa Railroad Stations in the State of Maryland.

..Baltimore's Oak Street Station

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After the old Ma and Pa Station, seen in the photo above was torn down for the building of the Howard Street Bridge , the station was moved to a small structure under the North Avenue Bridge. That structure is also long gone and the site is now just filled with large rocks.
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.The old Notre Dame / Wyndhurst Station old the Maryland & Pennsylvania RR Line - Greatly altered over the years
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.The old Homeland Station old the Maryland & Pennsylvania RR Line - Used as a residence today - Next station on the line would have been Woodbrook in Baltimore County - which has been torn down. 

WB&A
(Washington, Baltimore & Annapolis Railroad )
First station below was on Liberty Street just south of Lexington ( Seen in the postcard below )
 

( Below ) Postcard view of the old W B & A Station on the Park Avenue side.
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Another postcard view of the old W B & A Station on Park Avenue.
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The building still stands today, used in later days as a bank. There have been plans for development on the block, I'm not sure how that's going to affect the old station.
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A look at the Liberty Street side of the building.
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A later station was built on Lombard Street at Howard Street. That station was torn down years ago, and the Holiday Inn with the revolving roof restaurant was built there.
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Postcard view of the laterr station as seen from the street .
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Postcard below shows one of several stations for the W B & A Railroad. Kilduffs is adding the surviving station on the Maryland Railroad page. ...................................................................................



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..I have no idea where I found this ad ( circa 1953 ).




.MtClare
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Old Ma and Pa Freight Station along Falls Road in Baltimore City.


.Old Trolley Station in Baltimore City
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