There's lots going on in this photo as passengers board B&A car 93 in Glen
Burnie, plus several history mysteries.
The sign "South Shore Motor Bus Leaves From This Station" refers to B&A buses
that replaced the WB&A's South Shore rail service that had until 1935
followed the A&ER rails to Annapolis along the south shore of the Severn
River. That bus route is now approximately retraced by I-97.
The "White House Signs" on the trashcan may be the name of a local
sign-making company, but why the number 600?
Can anyone identify the model of motor bike in the photo? What about
the name of the cab company?
station 1961, color