Red, white, and blue (and green). The Baltimore National Cemetery is a
Federal cemetery built during the 1930s by the Works Progress Administration.
The sign describes the route in a reverse direction to this tour:
"The Catonsville Short Line Rail Road ran from the heart of Catonsville,
through Spring Grove Hospital, to Shady Nook, Paradise, Maiden Choice Lane,
and passed by the Baltimore National Cemetery as it completed its route
through St. Charles Seminary (now Charlestown), Loudon Park Cemetery, to
Calvert Station in Baltimore City. The Catonsville Rails to Trails (CRTT)
organization is converting the former Short Line right of way into a
walking/biking path. This 'Cemetery Overlook' park was created in May 2013
by students from Mount Saint Joseph High School doing a senior project
(Evan Smith, Paul Neumann, Matt Reed and Michael Valderas and their
sponsor Sheldon Smith). Funding was provided by CRTT and Sheldon Smith.
Special thanks to Link Mechanical (Chris Podowski and crew) for donating
their labor to grade and gravel the site."
Calvert Station (scroll down)