Ellicott City Station

Ellicott City Station The Ellicott City Station is the oldest remaining passenger train station in the United States, and one of the oldest in the world. At the time of its construction in 1830 it was the terminus of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad line from Baltimore to Ellicott's Mills, Maryland and it incorporated features for the servicing of steam locomotives at the end of the 13 mile (21 km) run.

The station, a National Historic Landmark, is now used as a museum.DescriptionThe station was built in 1830 at the end of the Oliver Viaduct, of local stone provided by one of the quarries owned by the Ellicott family, which had founded the town and local flour mill in 1772. The two-story stone building is built against the viaduct. A gabled roof is topped by a wood ventilating cupola. The upper l

The station, a National Historic Landmark, is now used as a museum.DescriptionThe station was built in 1830 at the end of the Oliver Viaduct, of local stone provided by one of the quarries owned by the Ellicott family, which had founded the town and local flour mill in 1772. The two-story stone building is built against the viaduct. A gabled roof is topped by a wood ventilating cupola. The upper l

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2711 Maryland Ave
Ellicott City, MD
21043-4661

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