The spot where the three lines join is known as Carroll Junction. By 1860,
the Camden Cutoff had blended with the LPB to become the main line between
Baltimore and Washington, a role in which it continues today.
Casting the shadow at our feet is I-95. The yellow/green bridge visible
carried Monroe Street over the tracks; the bridge was subsequently upgraded.
Acting as a convenient landmark near the right edge is the "Baltimore"
stack which can be seen readily from I-95 near the I-395 interchange.
CX Tower had stood adjacent the large, silver equipment box on the other side
of the tracks.
Links (CX Tower):