|Baltimore's Civil War Museum|
|Rob and Tom at a display|
|Action at the President Street Depot|
WHAT RAILROAD DID THE STATION SERVE? - The Baltimore and Port Deposit Rail Road (B&PD), founded in 1832, completed a rail line from Baltimore to the western shore of the Susquehanna River in 1837
|Display of Baltimore Riots during Civil War|
|Rob and Tom in the museum|
The train station was involved in the Baltimore riot of 1861, when Massachusetts troops bound for Washington were marching to the B&O Camden Station ten blocks west and were attacked by an angry mob of Southern sympathizers, with several people killed in the ensuing melee.
|Front entrance is the former back of the railroad station|
This is a great museum and well worth visiting!!